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Cerruti 1881 chief creative officer departs

Cerruti 1881’s chief creative officer, Jason Basmajian, has left the Trinity Group-owned menswear brand, marking the second senior departure from the Hong Kong fashion group this week. 

Trinity Group, which also owns menswear brands Kent & Curwen and Gieves & Hawkes, announced that Basmajian is parting ways with the company for “personal reasons”. 

Basmajian joined the group in 2013 to refresh Gieves & Hawkes, before moving to Cerruti 1881 in 2015. 

Ray Clacher stepped down from his role executive vice-president at the Hong Kong fashion group on Monday, as revealed by Drapers. 

Clacher was previously chief executive of both Kent & Curwen and Gieves & Hawkes. On appointment as executive vice-president at Trinity in April 2016, he also took the new title across both menswear brands.

Clacher is believed to be starting a new venture but declined to give details.  

 

 

 

 

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