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Polo Ralph Lauren

  1. what to expect when you’re expecting fashion
    Today at Fashion Week: Rihanna, Ralph, and Beyoncé-Approved SelfiesEverything you need to know about what’s happening.
  2. Beetlejuice Suits & Meggings at the Men’s ShowsSee all the spring 2016 runway shows from New York
  3. let’s hear it for the boys
    Men’s Designers Pushing Hard on PerformancewearThe last shows had an emphasis on all things performance-driven. When will the women’s market catch up?
  4. The Legend of the Never-Ending Polo BearInside the Loch Ness Monster of streetwear.
  5. review
    Givhan: Ralph Lauren’s Reliably Elegant Clothes Fare Best IndoorsIronic, given the snowmageddon outside.
  6. trendlet
    Slideshow: 30 Cozy Collegiate CardigansThe best bets for guys and girls from Billy Reid, Sonia Rykiel, the Brooklyn Circus, and more.
  7. beauty marks
    Ashley Olsen’s Pastel-Blue Highlights; Leighton Meester’s Eighties-Inspired Face PaintAnd the United States Polo Association wants the right to use a logo that is trademarked by Polo Ralph Lauren.
  8. watch out
    Polo Ralph Lauren Launches Luxury Watch Line This MonthSee, not everyone’s scaling back.
  9. run through
    Random Freak-out Over Ralph Lauren’s Olympic UniformsSome folks are all in a tizzy over the Polo pony, which they feel upstaged the Olympic logo. Uh, really?
  10. intel
    Nacho Figueras Explains Polo to UsWe’re not sure we believe it, but according to the Argentine player, it’s not just models and hedge-fund dudes who like watching the sport.
  11. loose threads
    Polo Ralph Lauren Faces Class-Action Suit; Gisele’s New Car CommercialAlso, shoppers probably won’t spend big on back-to-school shopping this year, and David Beckham has a surprising new television role.
  12. loose threads
    Matthew Williamson Comes to NYC; Kate Moss and Jamie Hince on the Outs?Also, Steve & Barry’s closures are imminent, and Eva Mendes makes a suprisingly bold statement about the couture collections.
  13. cult of personality
    Regarding André Leon Talley’s Skivvies, Credit RatingThe towering ‘Vogue’ editor’s credit issues ruined an innocent day of buying thongs at Macy’s. Oh, we’ve been there.
  14. loose threads
    Bryan Bradley Sells Tuleh; Karl Lagerfeld Sends FlowersBradley sold a 49 percent stake in Tuleh, Karl Lagerfeld knows how to send fabulous flowers, and Lauren Conrad’s new collection is online.
  15. run through
    Ralph Lauren Dresses OlympiansRalph Lauren Polo will dress about 1,500 American athletes at the Olympic Games in Beijing this summer.
  16. company town
    ‘Esquire’ Feels That Heath Ledger’s Final Days Haven’t Been Examined Tastelessly EnoughMEDIA • Esquire reports on how Heath Ledger spent his last days… except the story is not exactly true. Or, um, tasteful. [Vulture] • Let the deluge begin! Media companies line up to bid for Weather Channel, which is up for auction. [DealBook/NYT] • Wal-Mart appears to be irritated by Meredith Corporation’s creative tactic of selling its magazines, which include Better Homes and Garden and Ladies’ Home Journal, at the Dollar Tree store. [Folio]
  17. run through
    Polo Ralph Lauren Launches Brand for J.C. Penney, No Ponies IncludedPolo Ralph Lauren Corporation is launching a line of clothing and home furnishings for J.C. Penney called American Living, marking the first time the company has created a brand for another retailer. But don’t you fret — Ralph Lauren isn’t, like, seriously giving himself to the down-market masses just like that.
  18. run through
    Luxury Revenues on the RiseLet’s take a break from the beauty of Fashion Week for some cold, hard numbers, shall we? LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and Polo Ralph Lauren’s are in, and they’re up — despite the recession. Take that! LVMH’s revenues rose 8 percent in 2007 to a shiny $22.59 billion, while Polo’s revenues were up 11 percent to $1.27 billion (we know, it’s almost paltry in comparison).
  19. company town
    Does That Polo Pocket Look Like Levi’s?FASHION • Levi Strauss & Co. is suing Polo Ralph Lauren for supposedly copying the brand’s trademark pocket stitching. [WWD via British Vogue] • Sass & Bide has canceled their New York Fashion Week show after one of the designers required further chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. [Fashion Week Daily] • Women ages 40 to 55 get their own Izod line. [NYP]