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Just four days after announcing that both Michael Herz and Graeme Fidler had resigned from British heritage label Aquascutum to 'focus on new projects', rumours are arife with the news that the pair may take over creative directorship at Bally. The rumours coincide with the announcement that Brian Atwood - the previous creative director for Bally - had shown his last collection as Fashion Week Daily reports that the label wants to put more focus into their ready-to-wear collection.
Although a representative for Bally refused to comment on the news, it is said that Atwood's ready-to-wear designs hadn't been having the same success that his accessories at the brand had, and so it seems logical for the label to bring in Herz and Fidler at this time, who were responsible for helping Aquascutum regain some energy recently. The duo are said to present their first collection for Bally for SS11, in Milan.