Radley has seen yet another high profile departure, this time from the wholesale arm.
The accessories brand’s head of UK and international sales Jonathan Frost has left the company after less than three years.
Frost, who was responsible for the wholesale side of the accessories business, stepped down this week.
The company declined to comment beyond confirming his departure.
He is the second senior member of staff to leave Radley this month, following the departure of former brand director Lorraine Pringle after less than two years.
It also follows general upheaval within the senior management team after the surprise departure of chief executive Sven Gaede and chairman Paul Mason in January 2012, with Roger Best parachuted in from retirement to take on his former responsibilities.
Co-founder Lowell Harder later rejoined him back at the brand, with a full time replacement only being appointed the following year. Xavier Simonet took up his role last month.