Four top members of All Saints managing team have left just months after new chief executive William Kim joined the fashion retailer.

Chief operating office of the US, Paul Seston has left after almost five years at the firm.

He joined All Saints in 2008 as logistics, e-commerce and customer services director in the UK, before progressing to global operations director and finally taking on the US business in May 2011.

The additional three 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.

Tom Hutt, global head of music with responsibilty for the All Saints Basement Sessions music initiative, has also quit, according to Drapers.

Two key positions in the merchandising and design teams have also been left vacant following the departures at the retailer, which was acquired by private equity backer Lion Capital in May 2011.

Former Burberry senior vice president of retail and digital commerce William Kim joined All Saints 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.

All Saints declined to comment.