The British boot brand, worn by punks, and Pope John Paul II, had revenues of 672.2 million pounds last year.
The ailing Cath Kidston will shut all of its U.K. stores, with 900 job losses, and become a “digital-led” business, while online fashion retailer Boohoo had a bumper year.
The British government has pledged 750 million pounds to charities, while businesses are moving to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.
The British lifestyle brand, known for its retro prints and vintage-inspired merchandise, was purchased in 2016 by Baring Private Equity Asia.
Wilson is currently ceo of Cath Kidston, a role he’s held since 2011.
Retail veteran Wikstrom has held top positions at Richemont and Harrods.
Baring, already a shareholder, bought the stake held by TA Associates.
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