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Ralph Lauren

While working for the tie manufacturer Beau Brummell, the twenty-eight year old Lauren has ideas for new styles of ties and wants to begin designing himself. The company's president agrees to let Lauren start his own line. Drawing on his interest in sports, Lauren calls his line "Polo". Going against the trends of the day, his ties are wide, and handmade from high-end fabrics. He works out of a single "drawer" in a showroom in the Empire State Building and makes deliveries to stores himself.

In his first year in business, he sells $500,000 worth of ties to the most prestigious names in men's clothing, including Paul Stuart, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdale's.

It wasn't the tie; it was a commitment to myself. It was a commitment to do what I loved and give it my all. It was exciting. That tie grew into a whole industry. (1992) I called it Polo because it was a sport that had a sensibility that was sporty and internaWhile working for the tie manufacturer Beau Brummell, the twenty-eight year old Lauren has ideas for new styles of ties and wants to begin designing himself. The company's president agrees to let Lauren start his own line. Drawing on his interest in sports, Lauren calls his line "Polo". Going against the trends of the day, his ties are wide, and handmade from high-end fabrics. He works out of a single "drawer" in a showroom in the Empire State Building and makes deliveries to stores himself.

In his first year in business, he sells $500,000 worth of ties to the most prestigious names in men's clothing, including Paul Stuart, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdale's.

It wasn't the tie; it was a commitment to myself. It was a commitment to do what I loved and give it my all. It was exciting. That tie grew into a whole industry. (1992) I called it Polo because it was a sport that had a sensibility that was sporty and international. It was tweedy and sophisticated. It was stylish. Polo had an imagery that represented the lifestyle of the ties and the clothes. (2000)tional. It was tweedy and sophisticated. It was stylish. Polo had an imagery that represented the lifestyle of the ties and the clothes. (2000)

Ralph Lauren

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While working for the tie manufacturer Beau Brummell, the twenty-eight year old Lauren has ideas for new styles of ties and wants to begin designing himself. The company's president agrees to let Lauren start his own line. Drawing on his interest in sports, Lauren calls his line "Polo". Going against the trends of the day, his ties are wide, and handmade from high-end fabrics. He works out of a single "drawer" in a showroom in the Empire State Building and makes deliveries to stores himself.

In his first year in business, he sells $500,000 worth of ties to the most prestigious names in men's clothing, including Paul Stuart, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdale's.

It wasn't the tie; it was a commitment to myself. It was a commitment to do what I loved and give it my all. It was exciting. That tie grew into a whole industry. (1992) I called it Polo because it was a sport that had a sensibility that was sporty and internaWhile working for the tie manufacturer Beau Brummell, the twenty-eight year old Lauren has ideas for new styles of ties and wants to begin designing himself. The company's president agrees to let Lauren start his own line. Drawing on his interest in sports, Lauren calls his line "Polo". Going against the trends of the day, his ties are wide, and handmade from high-end fabrics. He works out of a single "drawer" in a showroom in the Empire State Building and makes deliveries to stores himself.

In his first year in business, he sells $500,000 worth of ties to the most prestigious names in men's clothing, including Paul Stuart, Neiman Marcus, and Bloomingdale's.

It wasn't the tie; it was a commitment to myself. It was a commitment to do what I loved and give it my all. It was exciting. That tie grew into a whole industry. (1992) I called it Polo because it was a sport that had a sensibility that was sporty and international. It was tweedy and sophisticated. It was stylish. Polo had an imagery that represented the lifestyle of the ties and the clothes. (2000)tional. It was tweedy and sophisticated. It was stylish. Polo had an imagery that represented the lifestyle of the ties and the clothes. (2000)

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