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Selfridges splits up men’s buying role after director’s exit

Selfridges menswear buying director Terry Betts will leave the business next week and his role has been divided among other team members, resulting in a number of promotions.

Bosse Myhr has been made director of menswear and technology, reporting to buying and merchandising director Sebastian Manes. He had been buying manager for women’s designerwear since November 2012.

Richard Jones, who joined in August 2007 as buying manager for technology, now has additional responsibilities for men’s underwear and men’s accessories and will report to Myhr.

Eleanor Robinson has been promoted from buying manager for menswear, a position she has held since November 2013, to the newly created role of head of accessories buying. She will report to director of womenswear and accessories Judd Crane and help to develop the new accessories hall on Duke Street.

The appointments are effective immediately.

Betts joined Selfridges in November 2013, having previously worked as menswear buyer and buying manager for etailer Mr Porter and menswear buyer at Harvey Nichols. A Selfridges spokesman said he is pursuing new projects.

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