Joe Corre leaves Agent Provocateur

Joe Corre with Kate Moss
Joe Corre, founder of luxury lingerie line Agent Provocateur, has quit his business.

After founding the lingerie label , famous for its steamy ad campaigns and that Kate Moss film , 15 years ago with his then-wife Serena Rees, the son of Vivienne Westwood left the business last week to concentrate on his own clothing line.

“Corre has a menswear business, Child of the Jago, and he’s very much into music , he just wanted to do some other things, said Garry Hogarth, chief executive officer of Agent Provocateur.

According to WWD, Corre still holds a minority stake in the company, but Sarah Shotton, Agent Provocateur’s head creative designer, will continue to oversee the collections.

In more exciting news, the luxury lingerie label has signed a license with British company BJB to produce a jewellery line, set to launch for Christmas. If that’s not enough, it’s also close to signing a new fragrance license, and is negotiating licenses for bedding, vintage-inspired sunglasses and umbrellas.

Ooh, we’re excited at Agent Provocateur’s proposed offerings.

This post appeared first on

David Beckham’s H&M bodywear ad revealed, hits stores next month!
ASA bans Katy Perry and Justin Bieber Proactiv ads
Meet Robyn Lawley, Ralph Lauren’s first ever plus size model!
Dubai to host Chanel’s next Cruise collection
British Red Cross launches designer boutique in Covent Garden
Kaley Cuoco Sweeting gets her star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *