Luxury brand Bally’s creative directors have stepped down from the label with reports suggesting the pair are headed to Mulberry.
Graeme Fidler and Michael Herz handed in their resignations a couple of months ago, according to reports, and the spring 14 collection will be the duo’s last line for Bally.
It has been suggested Fidler and Herz may move to luxury accessories label Mulberry to succeed outgoing creative director Emma Hill, however Mulberry declined to comment on the reports.
The Telegraph reported Bally is yet to name a successor but is understood to have held talks with menswear designer Alexandre Mattiussi. Ralph Lauren designer John Vizzone is also a potential candidate.