Andrew Curran, co-founder of My-Wardrobe, has left the business just four months after returning to run the etailer.
Curran was brought back in as chief executive by new owner Growth Capital Acquisitions following a pre-pack administration in November.
He is understood to have left in the last few weeks to pursue other interests in ecommerce, according to Drapers’ sister magazine Retail Week. Steven Tucker, a financial backer of the etailer, is believed to have taken over the day-to-day running of My-Wardrobe.
Curran’s departure comes just a fortnight after Drapers’ revealed fashion director Carmen Borgonovo’s exit. Chief executive David Worby and trading director Joanna Stephenson also left in November.
Curran set up My-Wardrobe with his ex-wife Sarah in 2006. Sarah Curran joined Shop Direct in December as a director, after leaving My-Wardrobe in July.