Warehouse’s merchandise trading director, Laura Boyd, is leaving the retailer after 14 years to join Mint Velvet in the newly created role of omnichannel director, Drapers can reveal.
Boyd will join Mint Velvet at the beginning of May and will report to chief operating officer Stuart Grant.
Boyd joined Warehouse in 2003 as merchandising manager, and was promoted to merchandise trading director in 2012.
Meanwhile, head of merchandising and commercial operations at Marks & Spencer, Kirstie Di Stazio, is joining Warehouse as commercial director in April.
Di Stazio will be responsible for product merchandising, branch planning and distribution, digital trading, and international and wholesale merchandising.
Liz Evans, CEO Warehouse and Oasis, said: “After a fantastic 14 years with Warehouse, I would like to thank Laura for her hard work and dedication to Warehouse over the years. We wish her all the best in her new position.”