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Ralph Lauren Expands Customization to Crewnecks

Nov 14
Ralph Lauren is offering create-it-yourself crewnecks as customization gains popularity with shoppers.

Ralph Lauren Channels 007 in Opulent Show with Vintage Cars

By Jocelyn Noveck, Nicole Evatt | Sep 14
James Bond may have had a couple Aston Martins, and a Bentley or two. But Ralph Lauren? He has dozens upon dozens of vintage cars. He used those gleaming specimens of automotive glory to display his latest fashion line.c

Smithsonian Honors Ralph Lauren

By Brett Zongker | Jun 19
Ralph Lauren’s love for the American flag and American style has earned him honors from the Smithsonian Institution.

Lauren Unveils Olympic Uniforms: Made in USA

Jan 30
Designer Ralph Lauren’s new Olympic opening ceremony uniform has lots of stars and stripes. It has lots of red, white and blue. And most importantly, it has a Made in America label.

Olympic Team USA Uniforms Get "Made in USA" Label

By Samantha Critchell | Nov 4
Team USA will now wear the Made in the USA label. Every article of clothing made by Ralph Lauren for the U.S. Winter Olympic athletes in Sochi has been made by domestic craftsmen and manufacturers.

Be a Lion! Bert Lahr’s Home for Sale

By EDGE | Feb 13
Can you find the courage (or the $25 million) to buy Bert Lahr’s historical Beverly Hills estate?

Ralph Lauren to Produce US-Made Olympic Uniforms for USA

Designer Ralph Lauren announced Friday that the uniforms it provides the U.S. Olympic team at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, will, in fact, be made in the United States.

Fashion for the U.S. team at the 2010 Vancouver OIympics won’t be limited to the athletes

By Samantha Critchell | Dec 10
Ralph Lauren’s affinity for Americana will be on full display on U.S. athletes at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia - complete with red, white and blue, stars-and-stripes flags and polo ponies. Read more...

Fashion world honors new stars Rodarte- and Obama

By Samantha Critchell | Jun 22
The fashion industry made it clear at its annual awards ceremony Monday night that it’s looking to future stars to see it past the doldrums of the recession, shunning longtime favorites and honoring a largely new guard: Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Alexander Wang - and Michelle Obama. The Council of Fashion Designers of America’s special tribute award went to the first lady, considered a new player in this world. Read more...

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