As part of its plan to return to the black in two years’ time, Shoefayre’s management has reorganized its personnel team, according to a report in Drapers Record. Wesley Hague will join the British retailer next month as head of merchandising for the men’s, athletic and branded footwear segments. Hague was most recently involved with merchandising at two other UK retailers, Mini-Mode and Adams Kids. Merchandising for women’s and kids’ products, as well as for accessories, will be handled by Sarah Yarwood, who comes to the company from Dolcis. For buying, the company has put Mandip Mattu in charge of men’s and athletic brands. Emma Roberts has joined the women’s buying team, while Anastasia Orphanides becomes part of the buying unit for accessories. Shoefayre reported losses of £8 million for 2005 and £6.3 million for 2006. Last September the British shoe retailer brought in Savina Barnes, who was previously at Primark, to help lead the company through its reorganization.