One million pounds of stock from another top of the line clothing brand has been stolen in a lorry heist days before the mark’s dispatch.
The new mark Les Girls Les Boys, built up by Agent Provocateur author Serena Rees, is because of dispatch on 1 September. The stock was stolen while being transported to a stockroom in Leeds on 20 August.
South Yorkshire police have propelled an examination, and the brand has offered a money compensate for any data which prompts an arraignment. The organization did not remark other than to affirm the certainties of the burglary.
Police said the side window ornaments of the lorry had been sliced open to take the stock, however the way that the articles of clothing were not yet available would make it simpler to track them down.
Les Girls Les Boys, a unisex “accumulation of current lingerie and layers”, is propelling with a scope of clothing, T-shirts, night wear, hoodies and running bottoms, with costs going from £20 to £120.
Talking when the brand was reported in May, Rees said there was a requirement for “a receptive brand with a more assorted story to tell”, clarifying that she had been roused by the way her kids shared each other’s garments.
Rees established Agent Provocateur with her at that point spouse, Joseph Corré, the child of architect Vivienne Westwood, in 1994. Following the couple’s separation, the organization was purchased by a private value firm for £60m in November 2007. In March this year it was purchased by Four Holdings, which is connected to Sports Direct proprietor Mike Ashley, after it was put into organization.
A representative for South Yorkshire police stated: “At 7.56am on 19 August, we got a report of a robbery from an explained lorry which had been stopped up close to the Dodworth business stop in Barnsley. The driver of the lorry answered to us that the side shades on the lorry had been cut open and that an amount of articles of clothing had been stolen from the back of the vehicle.
“We are presently researching the burglary and would like to address the driver again to acquire data. We will likewise attempt to find the stolen stock. The way that the things were not yet available will enable us to track them to down. We are asking any individual who has data to call us on 101.”
The new brand is not the first to succumb to criminals while in travel. In April a few boxes of the desired Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 mentors, outlined by Kanye West, were stolen from a truck conveying the shoes to the Rezet store in Copenhagen, Denmark.