Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren Goes 3D in London’s Piccadilly Circus

Click here to read the full article. LONDON IN 3D: Ralph Lauren is getting innovative in its advertising to promote its new coffee-table book. As part of the global campaign for the “Ralph Lauren’s Polo Shirt” book, the company is unveiling its first outdoor 3D activation.More from WWDLouis Vuitton, Burberry, Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren, Moschino and Gucci Reigned at the 2022 Met GalaKnwls RTW Fall 2022 [Photos]Nicomede Men's Fall 2022 [Photos] The ad, which will run on a large semi-circular billboard in London’s heavily trafficked Piccadilly Circus from Monday to May 22, brings the pages of the book to life. The video...
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Ralph Lauren celebrates its greatest icon, the polo shirt, in a stunning new book

Born in 1972, the polo shirt has become one of Ralph Lauren’s most well-known creations. For the past five decades, the style has been a stalwart of casual dressing and has earned its rightful place as an international icon. From the classic short sleeve style to special capsules and collaborations, the simple yet effective design is one of the most exemplary moments in modern fashion history. A surprising feat for the man who, at the time of its conception, had never attended a polo game.
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Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren, Moschino and Gucci Reigned at the 2022 Met Gala

Click here to read the full article. Louis Vuitton commanded the 2022 Met Gala carpet, dressing the largest number of celebrities for the occasion. For the evening, artistic director of women’s collections Nicolas Ghesquière dressed 14 ambassadors and friends of the French luxury house in archival and previously worn looks, “with a twist for the occasion,” the brand noted. Actress Emma Stone donned her white feathered after-party wedding dress; Emma Chamberlain wore an archival beige crop top from the brand’s fall 2018 collection with a floor-length white silk skirt; Gemma Chan and Renate Reinsve sported archival Cruise 2020 collection looks, while...

Alicia Keys Pays Homage to NYC in Ralph Lauren at the 2022 Met Gala

Click here to read the full article. Alicia Keys is a girl on fire walking the red carpet at the 2022 Met Gala. The award-winning singer and actress stunned in a glittering, silver strapless gown by Ralph Lauren with a black asymmetric cape with jeweled embroidery of New York City’s skyline encrusted on the dress. Her hair was styled in a high ponytail with accessories to match her dress.More from WWDRegina King's Most Fashionable Moments: PHOTOSRevisiting Past Met Galas From the Fairchild ArchivesPhotos of the Top Searched Met Gala Red Carpet Style Stars According to a statement by Ralph Lauren, Keys’ column...

Ralph Lauren Drops a One-of-a-Kind Vintage and Upcycled Collection—Shop It Now

On April 29, Ralph Lauren will launch a 13-piece vintage capsule collection. While that’s exciting news in and of itself, there’s more: The collection has been entirely curated by Vogue and is a small-batch mix of vintage and upcycled patchwork pieces. It’s all in celebration of the Costume Institute’s upcoming exhibition “In America: An Anthology of Fashion,” the sequel of September’s part-one show, “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.”

Ralph Lauren Celebrates the Polo Shirt With New Book

Click here to read the full article. While the brand may have started with a tie, over the years Ralph Lauren and the polo shirt have become almost synonymous in American culture. Now the New York-based fashion label is celebrating its signature product in a coffee-table book published by Rizzoli International. “The polo shirt is to Ralph Lauren what Mickey Mouse is to Disney or the Statue of Liberty is to New York,” the book begins. “It’s the signature of the company Ralph Lauren created over five decades ago, a symbol that conjures up not only a luxurious way of living,...

In age of racial reckoning, Ralph Lauren partners with Morehouse and Spelman grads on vintage Black fashion styles

Prompted by George Floyd’s murder on May 25, 2020, major retail companies touted their commitment to racial justice. Some publicly supported the Black Lives Matter movement. The Vermont-based ice cream manufacturer Ben & Jerry’s went further and issued a list of actions aimed at “dismantl[ing] white supremacy in all its forms.” Popular clothing company Ralph Lauren launched its own initiatives in 2020 and most recently in March 2022 when it announced a partnership with two historically Black colleges to design a commemorative clothing line. The Polo Ralph Lauren Exclusively for Morehouse and Spelman Colleges Collection is the brainchild of two company...

Warmer Weather Calls for a Jaunty Dress—Like This One From Ralph Lauren

All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. With spring comes a fresh crop of clothes to consider, but sometimes, it’s just one wear-everywhere dress that’ll get you through the season—and the next. For Eve Jobs, a heritage-inspired patchwork piece from Ralph Lauren goes from horsey to haute. See her pair it with Prada’s of-the-moment bucket, or a more Western-tinged felt hat from Gucci. With straps sprayed with floral details and a body made up of collaged textiles (meek meadowy prints intermingle with gingham squares), the look is prairie with polish. With the help of some key accessories, note how one dress can go in five different directions.