jasminedimilo_closesdoors.jpgClosing the doors on her fashion label is Jasmine Al Fayed. The daughter of Mohamed Al Fayed is reportedly shuttering her label, Jasmine di Milo, to pursue other interests and challenges.

While a spokesperson is yet to confirm the news, a source has revealed that the business will be wound down while also fulfilling all of its contractual agreements, including delivery of the autumn collection.

Jasmine di Milo is currently sold through Harrods, as well as a number of designer stores throughout London, Paris and Florence. The label first came to notice at a trade show in 2005, making its catwalk debut in 2006.