By  on April 5, 2012

It’s hard to imagine Ralph Lauren not at the helm of his fashion empire, though one day the corporation will have to determine a successor.

“That’s a very complicated question,” said Mitchell Kosh, Ralph Lauren Corp.’s senior vice president of global human resources, responding to the question of who might succeed the 72-year-old Lauren, which came up during his conversation at the summit with Harold D. Reiter, chairman and chief executive officer of Herbert Mines Associates, an executive search firm.

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