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My-Wardrobe fashion director Carmen Borgonovo quits fashion director Carmen Borgonovo left the etailer yesterday, after just over a year in the role.

Borgonovo, the former Harper Bazaar’s senior style editor, joined My-Wardrobe in January 2013, replacing buying and merchandising director Luisa De Paula.

Her departure follows the exit of former chief executive David Worby in November, who left after the business was sold to Growth Capital Acquisitions in a pre-pack administration deal. Trading director Joanna Stephenson also left at the same time.

A statement from My-Wardrobe said: “Carmen Borgonovo, fashion director for, has resigned from the business and has decided to pursue other opportunities in the fashion, retail and digital sector. Everyone at wishes her well in this new chapter of her career.”


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  • Second editor in less than a year to move into retail and move out just as quickly - When will companys learn that just hiring an editor from a magazine WILL NOT deliver success. Talking fashion VS running a business are two very different things and takes years of experience

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