Ralph Lauren Home Fall 2010
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Ralph Lauren has a lot going on this autumn. He has a fashion show coming up this week. His Manhattan apartment is featured on the cover and inside the October issue of Elle Decor. The new four story women’s boutique will open across the street from the men’s store in the Rhinelander mansion on Madison Avenue. And most importantly, the new Ralph Lauren Home boutique will open next to the women’s store. Until its doors open, we’ll have to be content with ogling the new home furnishings for Fall 2010 online. I am already loving the new Brook Street collection. “The impeccable luxury of Savile Row haberdashery and the striking glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age intertwine to inspire the ultimate in refinement” is how it is descibed online. It also happens to look as good as it sounds. Kind of makes me want to paint my entire apartment black. Enjoy!
Classic good looks, the line, the store…all of it!
The man can do no wrong! I have never seen anything that he did that wasn’t tasteful. Great post.
Teresa Splendid Sass)
The glossy crocodile walls in the dining room are amazing!
Handsome and glamorous…love it all!!! And that last photo-gorgeous!
I’m speechless. Ralph Lauren is always a class act, but these interiors are amazing. The croc detailing…… Thanks for these great images–true inspiration. Mary
Ralph Lauren deserves to have a lot going on….I saw his new home collections in Chicago and Paris and I wanted to redo my whole house. And as always you know it is a shopping experience to enter his shops and that counts for a lot I think. The Ralph Lauren cafe in Paris was something to see as well.
Yep, the all black is very glamorous. In a masculine way. I like!
The back, white, and silver is simply striking!
I’m just glad I’ll still have a ‘reason’ to go into the Rhinelander mansion!
Very Ralph Laureny but I love the chain link paperweight!
Looks like Ralph Lauren is also jumping on the black and white bandwagon…or did he start it??
Ralph always gets it just right. Loving the dark, moody colours.