CORTE MADERA, Calif. — Restoration Hardware Holdings has appointed former Williams-Sonoma brand president Richard Harvey as the company's CMO for RH Kitchen and Tableware. Harvey spent 30 years at...
Janet Hayes, currently the president of Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen, will become president of the Williams-Sonoma brand, effective March 20. She replaces Richard Harvey, who will be leaving the company on May 3 after 30 years of service. Hayes has served as president of Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen since 2010.
Last Brings Extensive Editorial and Creative Expertise to the Cooking and Entertaining Brand SAN FRANCISCO, May 22, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Williams-Sonoma, a member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. /quotes/zigman/246567/quotes/nls/wsm WSM +0.14% portfolio of brands, announced today that Anna Last, formerly editor-in-chief of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia's Everyday Food, will join the brand as senior vice president and executive creative director. Last will oversee all facets of the brand's expression in the Williams-Sonoma catalog, on williams-sonoma.com and in the brand's store environments. "We are thrilled to have Anna on our team," said Richard Harvey, Williams-Sonoma brand president. "As executive creative
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. today announced the launch of Agrarian, a new collection of products that supports a lifestyle of healthy living and brings the virtues of homegrown and homemade into customers’ everyday lives. Agrarian offers products, resources, and inspiration for customers who want to go beyond cooking by cultivating a healthy awareness of where their food comes from. Agrarian products range from heirloom seeds, live plants and raised beds to do-it-yourself cheese-making kits, chicken coops, and home canning & preserving supplies. Available in the Williams-Sonoma catalog, online (www.williams-sonoma.com) and in select stores in the U.S. beginning April 5, the wide