Aquascutum's Design Director, Joanna Sykes is set to leave the ailing British heritage brand.
The news comes amid a troubled time when the brand went into administration earlier this spring. Sykes, who put her own label on hold when she joined Aquascutum, is expected to leave her role at the end of this month, the company has announced.
"It is very early days for us as a new management team, but we will shortly announce structural changes that will focus the business and ensure the longevity of this incredible British heritage brand," Aquascutum's new chief executive officer Tim Dally told WWD.
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