Kenneth M. Walsh
They look like flight attendants.
1988 or 1992? The most prominent feature is the Polo logo.
Honestly, they look the same as every other uniform RL created for them. It's time to let other designers do the uniforms. Supposedly, these are an "evolution" away from what was done last time, but I don't see any evolution. Perhaps what they meant was change comes at a glacial pace.
I like a man in a beret. The woman looks a bit like she will be offering fries with that.
Ralph Lauren is possibly the most stagnant designer on earth. Let's get Tom Ford next time (as long as the designer has to be American).
I like 'em!
White pants with a navy jacket? I agree. It looks flight attendant.
When I saw the picture, my first reaction was, "They look wonderfully Aryan, don't they?" A little too Hitler-Youth-ish for my taste.
Can't we afford to buy outfits? Do we really need to give RL all of this free promotion? It is way too commercial for me.And flight attendant is exactly right.
RL does some wonderful things but THIS effort is not one of them.The jackets look too small. Come on, Ralph, you have 4 years to come up with something great. Not a shining moment.
1: The berets are ridiculous looking, lose them;2: On the women the long kercheif thing wrapped around the neck, too fussy, lose them ;3: navy blazers and white pants/skirts in the summer? to quote or paraphrase Miranda Priestly " floral in spring, how groundbreaking "4: The logo is really tacky and over the topOther than that they are fine
I think they should have been made in America
Sad part, the clothing was made in China!WTF???
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