John Ray Vacates Top Job at Dunhill
Scottish designer John Ray is leaving his job as the creative director of Dunhill after three years, according to a press report.
The bloodletting at the top of the fashion game continues with reports that Scottish designer John Ray is leaving his job as the creative director of Dunhill after three years.
According to a report published in WWD, Dunhill said that the decision is mutual and that the 2016 fall/winter collection would be his last collaboration with the brand.
Ray has presented a series of luxury collections for Dunhill. They have featured mink and alpaca coats, silk striped pajamas and tailored clothing made with traditional British fabrics.
Ray previously worked at Gucci under Tom Ford as a menswear consultant and later at the Italian house as head menswear designer after Ford’s departure and before the arrival of Frida Giannini in 2006.
Dunhill has not said who will replace John Ray as the brand’s creative director.