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Top 100: 91. Lyndon Lea

Partner, Lion Capital

“We don’t want to reinvent the product, otherwise why would we have bought All Saints?” said Lyndon Lea in an interview with Drapers earlier this year. US-based private equity house Lion Capital threw the premium fashion retailer a lifeline back in May 2011, paying £105m for the business and rescuing it from administration at the eleventh hour. Since then, Lea has set about getting the business “back on track”, a process that has involved several key appointments including the promotion of Wil Beedle to chief creative director and William Kim, who joined the company as chief executive from Burberry.

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