Luxury high street retailer Jaeger has named Richard Kozlowski as its chief financial officer. Kozlowski joined Jaeger as interim CFO in June, succeeding Graham Edderton, and has now been confirmed as the full time CFO with immediate effect.
Prior to Jaeger, Kozlowski was interim director of global finance and planning at Jimmy Choo and finance director at the Garden Centre Group. In his new permanent role he will continue to report into Jaeger chief executive Colin Henry.
In addition, Jaeger has also appointed Evan Druker, formerly of Belstaff and Burberry, as director of accessories and global sourcing. Druker joined Belstaff in 2011 as part of the executive team to relaunch the heritage brand, prior to that he was director of global sourcing for Burberry. He has also held sourcing and merchandising roles at Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, and Calvin Klein.
Last month, Jaeger made two appointments to its creative team hiring Jsen Wintle as creative director of menswear, while Sheila McKain-Waid joined the retailer as creative director of womenswear.