The founder of fashion brand I Saw It First has left the business after its takeover by retail giant Frasers Group.
Jalal Kamani, the brother of Boohoo co-founder Mahmud Kamani, has stepped down as a director of the Manchester company following the deal that was announced at the end of last month.
His two sons, Tayyab and Mustafa, have also stepped down as directors.
According to documents filed with Companies House, buying, merchandising and brand director Leanne Holmes has also left.
The filings also show that long-time Mike Ashley associate Stephen Mucklow has become a director. His appointment comes after he was made a non-executive director of Studio Retail Group after Frasers Group acquired the Lancashire firm earlier this year.
In its most recently available set of accounts I Saw It First reported sales of almost £75m while its pre-tax losses totalled £7.7m.
The company became an official partner of hit ITV show Love Island in 2019 and, according to ITV, the deal helped it add a quarter of a million new customers. The brand says its customer base now stands at three million.
In May this year, Glasgow influencer Molly McFarlane was unveiled as the face behind a new bridal collection for the fashion label.