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How 'Ivy' clothes became a century-spanning fashion mainstay
"Ivy was a huge clothing phenomenon in the mid-20th century," said Avery Trufelman, host of the podcast "Articles of Interest." "And over time, it evolved into what was in the '70s and '80s called 'preppy style,' and what I argue now almost has no name at all."
Mid-luxury brands say no to discounted goods
Ralph Lauren posts earnings bump by leaning in to full priced products
Which way now for Ralph Lauren?
Stefan Larsson was supposed to help Ralph Lauren compete better in a fast-moving retail environment. His departure, less than two years into the job, raises big questions about the company’s strategy going forward.
Ralph Lauren wants its brand back
A luxury retailer solds its clothes and accessories in too many discount department stores
Will a new CEO bring fast fashion to Ralph Lauren?
Stefan Larsson made his name in quick-turnaround retail at H&M and Old Navy.
Ralph Lauren steps down as CEO of company
He's been running his eponymous company for nearly five decades.
No surprise Team USA uniform was made in China
U.S. clothing makers may not beat China on price, but can on technological innovation.