LONDON — Niki Scordi has left her role as chief executive of Matthew Williamson, the company confirmed on Monday. Scordi joined the Williamson team as managing director in March 2013, and was promoted to chief executive in September.
Previously, she served as chief executive at Nicole Farhi and has held management roles as Browns and LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton Fashion Group U.K.
At Matthew Williamson, she replaced the co-founder Joseph Velosa as chief executive when Velosa was promoted to chairman. Williamson, creative director and president, and Velosa own the majority of the business.