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The artist formerly known as Kate Middleton has been out and about with Prince William a whole lot lately, which means she has also been wearing tons of clothes. PRINCESS CLOTHES!
Some women spend weeks picking out the perfect wedding dress, agonizing over fit and fall, shade and shape. And some women have their’s custom designed over the course of 3,000 hours by Ralph Lauren and a team of 100 craftspeople. Lauren Bush falls into the latter.
What better way to end the day than with Karlie Kloss?
It’s not every day that you can get one world-famous billionaire to sit down and chat with another world-famous billionaire in front of a live audience, but last night Oprah Winfrey and Ralph Lauren did just that. Winfrey interviewed the designer in front of a star-studded audience in New York’s Lincoln Center — and the talk ended with a redux of the designer’s spring show.
This was the week Miss Piggy got made over and made up, Zombie Boy got all his tattoos covered up and Muammar Gaddafi got shot to death. Also, Versace for H&M was revealed in full — and so was the ultimate Christmas wish list for the 1%
Last night Calvin Klein was Fern Mallis’s latest guest for her 92nd Street Y “Fashion Icons” lecture series, and the former designer was extremely candid with the industry vet. Calling his brand the most recognized in the world, Mallis steered the conversation with questions about Klein’s Bronx roots, his wildly successful career, and what he’s up to today.
Confirming rumors from last month, Rooney Mara is indeed Vogue‘s November cover girl — and the cover is really, really lovely.
Seventy two years ago today, a little boy named Ralph Lifshitz was born in the Bronx. Today, the man that little boy grew up to be is known as Ralph Lauren, and he’s arguably the single most important American in fashion.
Fashion shows, for a web-based writer, largely involve mulling about on the pre-show runway, looking for someone bold-faced and quotable to interview. This is somewhat of a mutually agreed upon standard between us and the aforementioned bold-faced names — quid pro quo, etc. Except at Ralph Lauren, where, like some invisible and very authoritative hand is guiding them, everyone walks calmly to their seats and waits, tap-tap-tapping away on their smart phones.
Lauren Bush‘s wedding to David Lauren won’t just be an expensive shindig. Word has it the families have invested so much in the wedding that these nuptials will be a sort of stimulus package for the town of Ridgeway, Colo.
This weekend, Lauren Bush will marry David Lauren and become Lauren Bush Lauren. We weren’t invited to the fancy nuptials, but we do have some intel on what will go down.
Ralph Lauren knows a good opportunity when he sees one, and his new jeans concept Denim & Supply is the perfect thing to fill the void that Abercrombie & Fitch is leaving in the retail world.
What happens when you put two fascinating, influential billionaires on stage at the most fashion-y performing venue in the world? We don’t know, but when Oprah interviews designer Ralph Lauren at New York’s Lincoln Center this fall, we’re going to find out.
After months (months!) of speculation, we now know what name Lauren Bush will go by when she marries David Lauren next month at the Lauren ranch in Telluride. Say hello to the future Lauren Bush Lauren.
Novak Djokovic may have won Wimbledon but the biggest man in tennis right now is without a doubt Ralph Lauren. As the official outfitter of this year’s U.S Open, Lauren is at it again, serving up a sleek, preppy new collection for the games.
Catwalk Justice is our weekly column on fashion law, courtesy of Charles Colman of Charles Colman Law, PLLC and LAW OF FASHION. This week, a justification for how much money Alexander McQueen left his dogs in his will, a word on Kim Kardashian‘s lawsuit against Old Navy, and why butter LONDON might have a case against Madonna‘s new line of nail polish for Material Girl.
Some gangs wear all one color, others wear the exact same items of clothing. But back in the day, members of one New York City gang could recognize their comrades as the guys wearing Ralph Lauren everything.
We already knew stylist Rachel Zoe‘s son was the best-dressed baby in Los Angeles, and possibly in America. He carries his diapers in Vuitton, for crying out loud. What we didn’t know is that he has a closet bigger than most full-grown adults.
Recession be damned! Ralph Lauren, fashion’s favorite billionaire, got a pay raise last year that brought his total compensation to a brand new high.
Whether its Federer’s unexpected friendship with Anna Wintour, Nadal’s $525,000 accessory, or Venus Williams‘ on and off-court clothing choices, tennis stars are indisputably some of the most fashion-forward athletes out there. With Wimbledon’s qualifying round this week, we thought we’d call some attention to the other style mavens on the court: the ball girls and boys.