Ralph Lauren’s Massive Collection of Vintage Clothing and Accessories Is Now Very Online

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Few designers have so successfully mined the past as Ralph Lauren, whose love for vintage built a global fashion empire. While vintage clothing and objects have long had a place on the designer’s mood-board, the company is now selling its cache of bygone designs directly to consumers across via a recently launched website for Ralph Lauren Vintage. Ever the visionary, Lauren’s new venture is perfectly timed to serve the booming market for collectible menswear.

It’s by no means the first time the brand has sold the gems of yesteryear. Ralph Lauren began selling vintage items to the public with the launch of RRL in 1993, and today stocks a curated vintage selection across 12 stores including its flagships and all RRL locations. The selection at Ralph Lauren Vintage will pull from these locations, marking the first time the company’s vintage

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Demi Moore, 58, walks Paris Fashion Week runway in revealing tuxedo-style look

Demi Moore can officially add runway model to her resume after appearing on the Fendi catwalk.

The 58-year-old was just seen joining the flock of celebrities and supermodels who made their way to France for Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday, alongside her daughter Scout Willis. Still, nobody could have anticipated that Moore would be the show opener for Kim Jones’ debut collection for the Italian brand.



Demi Moore standing in front of a building: Demi Moore opens for Fendi's Spring-Summer 2021 during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images)


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Demi Moore opens for Fendi’s Spring-Summer 2021 during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images)

Moore — an actress, producer and mother-of-three — stole the show in a revealing tuxedo-style top paired with loose-fitting trousers. She also wore a pair of statement earrings that hung well past her shoulders. Although her presence on the runway was a surprise, it wasn’t the first time that Moore has strutted her stuff. In fact, she recently made a cameo in Rihanna’s

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Must Read: Nordstrom’s Response to Calls for More Black-Owned Brands, CFDA Introduces ‘American Collections Calendar’

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

How Nordstrom responded to the call to stock more Black-owned brands
When consumers and activist groups like Pull Up for Change and the 15 Percent Pledge called on retailers to stock more Black-owned brands, Nordstrom made it a priority, Pull Up for Change and Uoma Beauty founder Sharon Chuter tells Business of Fashion‘s Chantal Fernandez. The department store is focusing on growing its relationships with Black- and Lantinx-owned companies, viewing it as an opportunity to serve its existing customer demands, help scale growing brands and expand its reach to new consumer demographics. {Business of Fashion}

The CFDA re-names show schedule to ‘American Collections Calendar’
On Friday, CFDA Chairman Tom Ford announced the re-naming of the show schedule to the “American Collections Calendar.” “While the CFDA will continue to encourage

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Ulta Beauty Doubles Its Black-Owned Brands

On February 2, Ulta Beauty announced its plans to double the number of Black-owned brands they sell by the end of 2021. This move is in alignment with Black History Month, gearing to further support small Black-owned businesses and black artists.

Diversifying the shelves of the nation’s largest beauty retailer does not come at a cheap price. The beauty store will be dropping a hefty $25 million to make it happen! Ulta will be spending roughly $20 million on media investments across multi-cultural platforms “to create more personal connections with LatinX, Black, and other communities, more than doubling the

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