Polo brands


0002-红色2 0001-桔色Through an expanding number of products, brands and international markets, Polo’s reputation and distinctive image have been consistently developed more than 40 years. The Company’s brand names, like “Polo by Ralph Lauren”, “Ralph Lauren Purple Label”, “Ralph Lauren Collection”, “Black Label”, “Blue Label”, “Lauren by Ralph Lauren”, “Polo Jeans Co.”, “RRL”, “RLX”, “Rugby”, “Ralph Lauren Children wear”, “American Living”, “Chaps”, and “Club Monaco” or others, which are consist one of the world’s most widely recognized families of consumer brands. Being a long time worldwide famous fashion empire, Ralph Lauren is welcoming his new honor.
In 2009, Ralph Lauren won most popular American designer at council of fashion designers of America Awards ceremony.
Polo Ralph Lauren was pleased to awarded the first-ever Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Popular Vote Award. It was took place at this evening in the Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City. For the first time, the CFDA asked the public to cast votes online for their favorite designer. The Popular Vote Award was presented to Mr. Lauren by Steven Kolb, the Executive Director of the CFDA.
As early as June in 2007, the CFDA also awarded the first-ever American Fashion Legend Award. Mr. Lauren is the only designer to receive the Council of Fashion Designers of America’s four highest honors – the Lifetime Achievement Award, the Womenswear Designer of the Year Award, the Menswear Designer of the Year Award, the Retailer of the Year Award – as well as the CFDA’s Humanitarian Leadership Award.
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances.
With the United States council of fashion designers is a none-profit trade association, whose members include more than 340 America’s most important fashion and accessor designers.

Is everyone suitable for denim suit? It’s not a personal question, but more a perennial question in the fashion world. There are many who would answer no, including Justin Timberlake, Matt Damon, and Jennifer Lopez. But not Ralph Lauren.
In fashion field, denim suit is widely known as the Canadian Tuxedo, a term with no apparent slight intended to our northern neighbors. As the story spread, Levi’s fashioned a full denim tuxedo for Bing Crosby after the crooner, decked out in dungarees, was almost turned away from a fancy Canadian hotel.

The more sartorially timid among us would say there’s a limit to jeans. And while no one will ever be able to top Timberlake putting on his glorious blue-jean suit and tie, the design team at Ralph Lauren is giving it a shot. And recently, the fashion house just released its line for the spring of 2015, and it includes two—denim-on-denim ensembles: denim squared.

The first line is kind of a well-worn, sun-faded look matched with a preppy tie and old-fashioned collar. It calls to mind a young Gatsby strolling back into the West Egg martini clutch after summering on a dude ranch.

The second offering drags the denim into the boardroom.

No matter how, at fashion’s haute peak, clothes convey a simple message: “I don’t care less what you think.” A power suit—a real power suit—says the same thing, be it purple or pinstriped or paisley. In short, if you have to ask if it suit you, please try our new Ralph Lauren Denim.