Ralph Lauren’s vice president of international trade Maureen Gray has retired, the fashion company has confirmed, and her position will not be replaced.

Gray, who joined Ralph Lauren in 1997, has been a strong advocate for the fashion industry’s issues in Washington during her tenure.

In addition to her role at Ralph Lauren, Gray is also the chairwoman of the US Fashion Industry Association, she took up her position in 2011 and will remain until the board votes on a new chair later this year.

During her time with the US Fashion Industry Association she has been working with the organisations president Julia Hughes in steering the 200-strong member association through trade policy issues.


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