RALPH LAUREN| FLAGSHIP STORE IN PARIS

May 10, 2010 The Unbiased Writer

 Ralph Lauren, over the past forty-seven years, has turned into household brand and just recently expanded it’s empire in Paris, opening their largest European flagship store. Located at the 16th century Hôtel Particulier, the Ralph Lauren flagship store is a 23,000 square feet and showcases a full range of men’s and women’s collections, accessories, watches as well as Ralph’s restaurant.

Ralph Lauren attended the grand opening, and celebrated with the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Isabelle Huppert, Michelle Yeoh and Du Juan. The new  store represents the label’s significant presence in Europe. “I wanted to create a unique environment that captures the glamour, culture and the artistic spirit of the Paris that I have fallen in love with. Now, with this store opening, in the most romantic part of the city, I finally feel I have been able to tell my whole story in Paris,” said Ralph Lauren. What do you think?


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  1. Apothecary of Truth

    pretty sure if illegal immigrants could dress like polo models, half of the hate against them would be dissipated by the seersucker and the other half absorbed by comfy cashmere half-zips

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