Harvey Nichols deputy chairman Stacey Cartwright is leaving the business, just months after she was appointed to the role.
Cartwright, who was chief executive at the retailer from 2014, stepped aside in September to become deputy chairman, alongside the appointment of two co-chief operating officers, Daniela Rinaldi and Manju Malhotra.
She will step down from the board on 30 April to begin a non-executive career.
The retailer’s owner, Hong Kong tycoon Dickson Poon, remains as its chairman.
Cartwright said: “It has been a privilege to have led Harvey Nichols through the first stage of the brand rejuvenation over the past four years. The physical refurbishment of the Knightsbridge flagship store is well advanced, while the digital development of the brand has also achieved significant progress.
“I leave the business in the excellent hands of Daniela and Manju, and will be an admiring fan and customer going forward.”