German trouser business Brühl has announced a reshuffle of its sales territories following the departure of two of its agents.
The South and South West will now be handled by Simon Lovell, who has had his territory extended fellow the retirement of Mike Pincombe.
Charles Heathcote, who sold the Brühl brand in the North of England, will also be retiring. Main agent Michael Spriggs will take over these sales.
Earlier in the year the business unveiled an updated collection of trousers and jeans for spring 15, featuring new fabrics, cuts and styles.
The brand is currently stocked by Dublin-based department store Arnotts and multiple online retailers. Wholesale prices range from £22 for cotton chinos to £30 for wool-mix trousers.