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GQ's Top 100 Best Dressed

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http://www.dnrnews.com/site/article.php?id=830
post #2 of 8
That has nothing to do with who's "best dressed". It has to do with success and power. And what's really scary is that the creepy Abercrombie guy is #18.
post #3 of 8
And it is from DNR and not GQ.

Can Meister read?
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Originally Posted by SoCal2NYC View Post
And it is from DNR and not GQ.

Can Meister read?

yes I can (just big letters) but it came from the MenStyle link. I may have confused meself.
post #5 of 8
Quote "But the biggest and most-anticipated debut next year will be that of the American Living collection, the first project of the company's new Global Brand Concepts division, at J.C. Penney in the spring. The retailer is expected to devote some 5 to 10 percent of its floor space to the collection of men's, women's and children's wear, intimate apparel, accessories and home goods."

I've been buying RL's stuff for as long as I can remember. JCPenny is okay for some stuff, but I'm not going to buy my wardrobe there. Is RL potentially diluting their long-held higher-class reputation by pushing into stores like this. What's next, space on KMart shelves next to Martha's crap.
post #6 of 8
Ralph has created a lifestyle brand to the fullest extent with all of his Ralph Lauren labels. He has turned that past, his marketing team and in-house creative force into a company called "Global Brand Concepts" that is service/advice oriented. He isn't trying to take the Ralph Lauren name into new arenas.
post #7 of 8
Good old Ralph Lifschitz. Kid made good.
post #8 of 8
Oh, yes he did. What would life be like if he weren't around. He has made WASP affordable for all.
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