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yes, so RRL has a lot more to fall back onI remember seeing an article about his archive and how extensive it is, if I can find it, I'll share it
according to rumor and employee leaks, RL has one of the largest historical archives of old clothing anywhere....his people are constantly acquiring old pieces or photos of old pieces, old catalogs, rights to reproduce old designs, etcmaybe some RL employees who have heard about the Holy Grail can add to the mystiqueI have to say, though, that after 21 years of RRL, he's probably covered most theme's already and now it comes down to repeating or tweaking designs and using...
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with copyright laws, I'm sure it would be easy for them to bust me if I did that unfortunatelyI really wish we could somehow convince RL to put up a company sponsored blog on RRL and include old catalogs and current theme store displaysthe blog would be so easy to do and there's already a precedent with www.rlvintage.com and www.rlvintage.tumblr.com as well as www.ralphlauren.tumblr.com
I have to pass along an amazing book for RRL collectors/fans.... the Japanese magazine Free & Easy that covers Ralph Lauren from October 2007 it's simply amazing - the entire book is RRL all the way back to 1993 with pictures from every year, every line along with pictures from RL's personal archive of vintage clothes, a long interview (in Japanese) with RL on the history of the company, pictures of the RRL Ranch in CO, pictures of store displays, and tons upon tons of...
bump for this year's happening this weekend (Fri- - Sun)
Derek, if there is interest, I think this could easily get done with Dugdale....the idea has been languishing on LL for 6 mths w/o even a comment by MA, so I have to assume by now that he's not interested for whatever reason. Take a look at my full post here:http://thelondonlounge.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11378the idea is for a worsted charcoal suiting with a wide rust or chestnut chalk stripe that looks like flannel so it will be easier to wear year round. Dugdale...
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has anybody seen these Gaucho buckle backed jeans in person and could you comment on the 'black brown' color - ie. is i overdyed black over brown? and if you've tried them on, how's the fit? they appear to be high waisted, long rise, is that true? Gaucho Buckled-Back Jean Style #30760416 Western-inspired buckled-back jean made from 13.5 oz. right-hand twill that is unwashed and has no finish. Designed with a straight-leg silhouette. Sits at the natural waist. Relaxed...
the front rise on those red's looks painful
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