Established & Sons co-founder Sebastian Wrong resigns

Established & Sons co-founder and chairman Sebastian Wrong has resigned in order ‘to pursue the next stage in his career’, according to the consultancy.

Sebastion Wrong

Source: Photography Andrew Lamb, courtesy Established & Sons London

Sebastion Wrong

Wrong, who co-founded Established & Sons in 2005, is leaving the company on 31 October.

He follows fellow co-founders Alasdhair WIllis, who left in September 2010, and Mark Holmes, who left in 2008 to set up new brand Minimalux.

The company says it will continue to be lead by Angad Paul, the only remaining co-founder, and chief executive Maurizio Mussati.

Wrong says, ‘I have been very privileged to have been part of the Established & Sons team from the very beginning and am proud of the great things we have achieved. Our vision as a brand has made a significant mark in the industry as a creative force that has inspired many, I am looking forward to concentrating on new projects at this time and wish the business every success for the future.’

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