London boutique thieves target FrostFrench store
What the heck is going on right now? First it was Christopher Kane, then Luella, last week it was Marc Jacobs and now the new FrostFrench store (owned by Sadie Frost and Jemima French) has been hit by a gang of thieves who seem to have a annoying fixation with nicking designer fashion.
The Islington store, which opened just two weeks ago during London Fashion Week, was broken into yesterday and around £10,000 worth of stock was stolen. "Sadie and Jemima are upset but will not let it get them down. They have got good business heads on them and know it's not the end of the world," said Leigh Anne Radbourne, assistant manager of the store.
"Luckily all our staff are okay and the shop will be back to normal as soon as possible. We’ve relocated stock from our new website to replenish the stolen items, ensuring customers won't be affected by this and there will be minimal interruption," added Frostfrench managing director, Sharon O'Connor.
To all you fashionable thieves out there - if you think that stealing is the way to go to get your grubby mitts on some designer threads, then enough already! Save your money or throw it all on the credit card, just like the rest of us. Kimberley Foster... fighter against fashion crime.