Four senior members of the team at premium retailer AllSaints, including the head of its US division, have left the business.
The departures include chief merchandising officer Matthew Corin, who joined the business in March last year, and senior womenswear designer Jenni Cain, who was responsible for women’s wovens, Drapers has learned.
Paul Seston, chief operating officer of AllSaints in the US, has left after nearly five years at the firm.
Seston joined AllSaints in 2008 as logistics, ecommerce and customer services director in the UK, before progressing to global operations director and finally taking on the US business in May 2011.
Tom Hutt, global head of music with responsibilty for the AllSaints Basement Sessions music initiative, has also quit.
The retailer was acquired by private equity backer Lion Capital in May 2011.
Former Burberry senior vice president of retail and digital commerce William Kim joined AllSaints as chief executive on October 15 last year, plugging the gap left by former chief executive Stephen Craig who left the business in September 2011.
AllSaints declined to comment.