// Browns has made a round of promotions and appointments within its buying team
// Womenswear buying manager Heather Gramston has been promoted to head of womenswear buying
Browns has completed a round of promotions and appointments within its buying team as part of a management reshuffle.
The fashion retailer has promoted its womenswear buying manager Heather Gramston to head of womenswear buying. She will report directly to womenswear and menswear buying director Ida Petersson.
Ready-to-wear and resort buyer Holly Tenser has been promoted to buying manager for ready to wear. She joined in July 2018 as buyer for bags.
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Meanwhile, former Net-a-Porter senior buyer Flo Campbell has been appointed as womenswear buyer for ready to wear.
Tenser will be working alongside womenswear buying manager Hollie Harding for non-apparel. Both Campbell and Tenser will report to Gramston.
The former Browns buying assistant Joe Brunner has been promoted to assistant buyer working alongside womenswear buyer of next-gen and casualwear Costanza Lombardi.
The retailer is due to relocate its iconic South Molton Street flagship store this summer.
Browns will open a four-storey flagship at 39 Brook Street, Mayfair, offering exclusive capsule collections, collaborations, an “Immersive Experience Room” as well as house styling advice and a brand new restaurant.
Alongside Farfetch, which acquired Browns in 2015, the flagship will aim to pave the way for new retail concepts where customer experience is paramount.