Paul Price, the CEO of Topshop, will be reportedly quitting the firm owing to some personal reasons.
He will be returning to United States of America and will be resigning from the fashion retailer’s parent company Arcadia on amicable terms.
Paul, who has been associated with Topshop or over 2 years, will officially leave the company after December 2019.
Prior to joining Arcadia as Topshop’s CEO, Paul spent a good number of 10 years at Burberry as the luxury fashion label’s Chief Marketing Officer.
The resignation follows Arcadia Group’s massive restructuring programme in the early part of 2019 – which included closure of its US outlets.
Topshop is a British multinational fashion retailer of apparels, shoes and accessories with 500 stores across the globe.