Jaeger has bolstered its team with two senior appointments including a chief financial officer.

Richard Kozlowski, who was previously chief executive of formalwear retailer Hewitt & May, took on the chief financial officer role at Jaeger on an interim basis in June but will now stay on permanently.

Kozlowski was previously interim director of global finance and planning at Jimmy Choo and finance director at the Garden Centre Group. He reports into Jaeger chief executive Colin Henry.

Evan Druker, who was senior vice president of merchandising at luxury retailer Belstaff, will join Jaeger as director of accessories and global sourcing this month. Druker was previously director of sourcing at Burberry.

Henry said: “I’m pleased to officially welcome Richard to the business as full-time CFO, given he has done such an excellent job as interim director since June.

“I’m also delighted to welcome Evan to Jaeger as we continue to strengthen our business. He has a wealth of experience in sourcing and merchandising and the arrival of Evan, as well as the recent appointments of Jsen Wintle and Sheila McCain-Waid will provide great breadth to our team.”

Kozlowski and Druker will both sit on Jaeger’s leadership team.