Ralph Lauren is famous among luxury brands for bringing to the stage through the fashion pieces of American history.
The new collection, which will be released on March 29, is a tribute to the HBCUs, the American universities and colleges founded before the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with the intention of serving the African-American communities.
This collection honors the university’s rich cultural heritage and sartorial tradition, as well as support for students – two distinguished institutes that made a great contribution to American style during the 19th century are celebrated. Morehouse College and Spelman College, both located in Atlanta, are the equivalent of Harvard and Radclife College for African American education.
In his Ralph Lauren collection, he reinterprets the tradition of college style, coming to write a new chapter in the great book of his American history: this collection, which will be released on March 29, has been designed exclusively for the two colleges.
All that remains is to wait for the details, which the designer himself will reveal in the coming days.
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