M&S appoints new director of womenswear

Marks & Spencer has appointed a new director of womenswear in advance of the retirement of Jill Stanton, who is set to step down in July.

Maddy Evans, currently head of buying for womenswear, is set to take over the reins when Stanton stands down, according to Drapers.

Stanton currently leads M&S’ womenswear, kidswear and beauty ranges. She joined the company in 2018 following a career in retail which included roles at Gap and Nike.

According to Drapers, Evans will take on the womenswear brief while Wes Taylor, currently the director of menswear, will take on kidswear and Heidi Woodhouse, currently home director will add beauty to her brief.

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