William Li has been appointed President of Ralph Lauren Home, succeeding Ian Sears who held the position for three years. Li spent the last four years building the business globally as SVP of the brand.
Li’s strong leadership skills, in-depth understanding of the home market and the company, and his well-established partnerships internally and externally will position him well in this new role, according to a release.
Li joined Ralph Lauren Home in August 2010 from Conde Nast where he spent 10 years in various positions including Publisher of Portfolio and Men's Vogue and Associate Publisher of Conde Nast Traveler, The New Yorker and House & Garden.
Sears plans to relocate to the West coast upon his departure October 10.
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