He’s been the driving force behind much of RH’s recent look – the airplane wing desks, the skeleton chairs, the burlap upholstery. As the New York Times puts it, “high-priced faux antique furniture”. This resignation comes as RH prepares for an initial public stock offering. Mr. Friedman is the majority stockholder. While he’s out of the executive office, his name and face will appear in the store’s fall catalogue – those early print deadlines can really be a problem.
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