Ralph Lauren Aftershave & Men's Fragrance

Ralph Lauren is an American designer famous for his Polo brand. In 1966 Ralph Lauren started making ties out of rags and sold them to small shops in New York City. One day the Neiman Marcus luxury store bought 1200 of them, determining the turning point in Lauren’s life and business. In 1967 he opened his own store, where he sold his ties and other clothes, under the name “Polo”. The subsequent 5 years represented the blooming period of Ralph Lauren’s career. He achieved a COTY award for his menswear line, introduced the Polo logo on women’s suits and released the short sleeve pique shirt with the Polo emblem, which is now famously known all over the world. Ralph Lauren now has 13 different lines of clothes, 8 for menswear and 5 for womenswear. His creations range from sport collections to formal clothes and all represent his vision of fashion. He wanted to create comfortable, elegant lines, to symbolize the American fashion and his taste for smart clothing. His preppy signature clothes were also used to represent the sporty and elegant nature of Robert Redford’s Jay Gatsby in “The Great Gatsby” film of 1974.

Ralph Lauren’s fragrances for both men and women are made in conjunction with L’Oreal. His first male fragrance was Ralph Lauren Polo, a fresh fragrance of basil and and artemisia blended with warm tobacco and leather. Safari (1992) is one of Lauren’s most famous fragrances which mixes citrus and spicy warm notes into a fresh lavender scent. Ralph Lauren Blue Sport is an explosion of of freshness, with green apple, mandarin, mint and ginger. Ralph Lauren’s Big Pony collection for men includes four different fragrances composed by just two scents each that perfectly embrace men’s versatility.
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