The Ralph Lauren look calls to mind worn-in double denim and cozy cable knits. But these deep Americana roots are just one element of the brand's heritage. Ralph Lauren has always drawn from a broad swathe of American influences, and over the past few years, it has sought to forge creative partnerships with the communities and artisans who have inspired its designs from the beginning. The latest is a collection created in partnership with the house’s first Artist in Residence, seventh-generation Diné textile artist and weaver Naiomi Glasses.
‘CULTURED’ and Ralph Lauren Celebrate Native Textile Traditions in Aspen With the Launch of the Brand’s Naiomi Glasses Collaboration
Guests flocked to the fashion house’s Aspen boutique to take in the new collection developed in partnership with Ralph Lauren's first Artist in Residence.