Jaeger has bolstered its senior management team with five new hires, resulting in the departure of chief operating officer Carolyn Springett and brand director Shailina Parti.

Jaeger has appointed three new directors to the team at the fashion retailer. Liza Webb has been appointed director of womenswear, while Caroline Lee has been hired as director of menswear and e-commerce.

Both Webb and Lee began their careers at Marks & Spencer and latterly, Webb has coached and mentored small businesses while Lee has worked at senior levels across a variety of retailers.

Former director of people and culture at Australian skincare retailer Jurlique Harriet Castle has been appointed human resources director.

The three will join the executive team and report directly to chief executive Colin Henry.  

In addition former Burberry operations director for Europe Michaela Moore has been hired as head of outlets and Kate Cornell, former chief executive of health and beauty retailer Glossybox, will take up the role as head of strategic planning.

Henry said: “I would like to take this opportunity to warmly welcome the new senior management team who will play an integral part in transforming Jaeger to ensure it builds on its position as an iconic British brand both online and in store. I look forward to working closely with the team who bring such a wealth of talent to the business.”

Jaeger said that the restructure meant that the Springett and Parti’s roles are no longer required at the retailer. Springett left last week, ending a 12-year career at the business across a number of senior management roles.

Henry added: “I would also like to thank Carolyn for her commitment and significant contribution during her 12 years with the business. Shailina has also played a valued role in the development of the brand over the last year and we appreciate her dedication to the business. We wish them both well for the future as they pursue new challenges.”