Chef at seamstress Temperley stops with difficult family reasons & # 39;

The duchess of Cambridge saw in 2013 wearing an evening dress in black lace Temperley

Chef at the favorite seamstress of the Duchess of Cambridge, Temperley, stops with difficult family reasons & # 39;

  • CEO Patricia Sancho, who was registered last year, has returned to Spain
  • She has been replaced by Sally Hughes, who has a & # 39; fantastic background & # 39; has
  • It was known that Temperley had suffered more than £ 19 million since it was founded in 2009

Adam Luck For The Mail on Sunday

The duchess of Cambridge saw in 2013 wearing an evening dress in black lace Temperley

The duchess of Cambridge saw in 2013 wearing an evening dress in black lace Temperley

Patricia Sancho, chief executive at the favorite seamstress of the Duchess of Cambridge, Alice Temperley, resigned from the fashion label for "difficult family reasons."

Sancho, who had been summoned last year, returned to Spain in the summer and was replaced, said founder Temperley last night. Her departure is the latest turn in the saga of the Temperley design label.

In February, The Mail revealed on Sunday that Temperley Holdings had suffered more losses of nearly £ 2 million for its last set of accounts and had a loss of more than £ 19 million since it was founded in 2009.

Auditors RSM issued a warning for a material uncertainty that could give rise to significant doubts about the ability of the group to continue as a growing concern. & # 39;

When The MoS contacted Temperley yesterday, the well connected designer said: "Unfortunately, Patricia had to return to Spain earlier in the summer for difficult family reasons. We have a great new CEO, Sally Hughes, who has a fantastic background, including Innocent, Google and Net-a-Porter. & # 39;

Temperley said in February that she has the support of the shareholders and the reports state that the brand now has the right operational structure, personnel and trade plans & # 39; to stimulate growth.

Temperley's impeccable reliefs and connections of the Society have only served to burn the reputation of her bohemian undulating dresses, which have won a legion of famous customers and each cost more than £ 2,000.

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