Robin Derrick, the global executive creative director of Spring Studios, has announced his departure from the leading creative agency which represents many of fashion’s biggest names, from Marc Jacobs to Mulberry.
Derrick joined Spring Studios seven years ago having spend the previous 20 years as creative director at Vogue. During his time with the agency, which has offices in London, New York and Milan, Derrick had been developing his own brand and business ideas and is now leaving to pursue those projects full-time.
“Spring Studios has been a very exciting journey for me over a period of unprecedented change in the industry, I have learnt invaluable lessons from both the incredible staff and inspirational clients. I am grateful for an extraordinary opportunity to help build a next generation communication company and I look forward to watching Spring grow in the future as much as I look forward to taking what I have learnt into my new projects,” he said.
The agency thanked Derrick for his service and said it wished him well for the future.