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Aquascutum Designers Dunzo

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Aquascutum designers Graeme Fidler and Michael Herz have resigned after eight and ten years with the company, respectively, WWD reports. "They've had a great time at the brand, but they want to move on, and we fully understand that," said Belinda Earl, Aquascutum's CEO, told WWD. "We wish them well, and the situation is amicable." Aquascutum was purchased last year by Jaeger owner Howard Tillman and Earl's company, Renown. [WWD]