Andy Rogers has left his role as brand director at Alexander McQueen diffusion line McQ, Drapers has learned.
Rogers joined McQ in February 2014 from Fred Perry, where he held the same role. Before that, he was brand director at Reiss for five years.
Previous employers include Stella McCartney, where he held roles such as store planning and visual director and brand director between 2001 and 2008. Stella McCartney is owned by luxury group Kering, which also owns Alexander McQueen.
McQ was set up as a more contemporary stablemate to Alexander McQueen in 2005.
When Rogers joined, he reported into then-chief executive of Alexander McQueen, Jonathan Akeroyd.
However, Akeroyd left in early 2016 after 12 years at the company to join Versace. He was replaced last May by Emmanuel Gintzburger.
It is not know why Rogers left McQ or whether he has another role lined up. The company did not respond to requests for a comment.