Vintage Ralph Lauren Country Native American Inspired Wool Skirt and Levis Jean Jacket Ensemble 1990s

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Vintage Ralph Lauren Country Native American Inspired Wool Skirt and Levis Jean Jacket Ensemble 1990s

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$100.00

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Item details

Vintage from before 2000

Materials

wool, denim

This is a beautiful skirt and jacket ensemble with colors of green, red and blue. The thick knit is soft and cozy, and the deep shades are classically elegant. The pattern is of geometric, zig-zagging diamonds and hourglass shapes, in a style most often associated with the southwestern United States and Central and Southern America, and this design is particularly striking. The jean jacket is Levis with matching Ralph Lauren fabric appliquéd. Made in the U.S.A.

Skirt
26" Waist
17" Length

Jacket
38" Bust
34" Shoulders
22" Length

In excellent vintag condition.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Ralph Lauren, born Ralph Lifschitz in the Bronx, New York. He worked as a glove salesman for Brooks Brothers and later Rivetz, a Boston tie maker, while going to night school for business studies at City College. In 1967 he landed a job as a tie designer for Beau Brummel of New York. The company gave him his own style division, which he named Polo because of the sport’s refined image. The following year saw the launch of the Polo label in shirts and suits.

In 1971 Lauren adopted his polo-player-on-horseback logo for a line of clothing for women and he added shoes to the lineup in 1972. That same year the first Polo store opened on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and the first in-store boutique opened at Bloomingdale’s in New York. Lauren’s profile rose in the early 1970s when he won three Coty Awards for design and made costumes for the movies The Great Gatsby and Annie Hall.

Lauren led the designer pack into home furnishings, introducing his Home Collection in 1983 and a line of paints in 1996. He opened his flagship store in New York in 1986. The company expanded upmarket with its Purple Label in 1994, and downmarket with Polo Jeans in 1996. Polo went public in 1997 and re-organized the following year, closing nine stores and cutting 4% of its workforce. In 1999 Polo bought hip Canadian retailer Club Monaco to compete in the burgeoning youth market. In 2000 Polo purchased its European licensee to give the company greater control over its brand.
This is a beautiful skirt and jacket ensemble with colors of green, red and blue. The thick knit is soft and cozy, and the deep shades are classically elegant. The pattern is of geometric, zig-zagging diamonds and hourglass shapes, in a style most often associated with the southwestern United States and Central and Southern America, and this design is particularly striking. The jean jacket is Levis with matching Ralph Lauren fabric appliquéd. Made in the U.S.A.

Skirt
26" Waist
17" Length

Jacket
38" Bust
34" Shoulders
22" Length

In excellent vintag condition.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Ralph Lauren, born Ralph Lifschitz in the Bronx, New York. He worked as a glove salesman for Brooks Brothers and later Rivetz, a Boston tie maker, while going to night school for business studies at City College. In 1967 he landed a job as a tie designer for Beau Brummel of New York. The company gave him his own style division, which he named Polo because of the sport’s refined image. The following year saw the launch of the Polo label in shirts and suits.

In 1971 Lauren adopted his polo-player-on-horseback logo for a line of clothing for women and he added shoes to the lineup in 1972. That same year the first Polo store opened on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and the first in-store boutique opened at Bloomingdale’s in New York. Lauren’s profile rose in the early 1970s when he won three Coty Awards for design and made costumes for the movies The Great Gatsby and Annie Hall.

Lauren led the designer pack into home furnishings, introducing his Home Collection in 1983 and a line of paints in 1996. He opened his flagship store in New York in 1986. The company expanded upmarket with its Purple Label in 1994, and downmarket with Polo Jeans in 1996. Polo went public in 1997 and re-organized the following year, closing nine stores and cutting 4% of its workforce. In 1999 Polo bought hip Canadian retailer Club Monaco to compete in the burgeoning youth market. In 2000 Polo purchased its European licensee to give the company greater control over its brand.

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Perfect - The vintage piece is as perfect and pristine as the day it was originally sold, showing absolutely no signs of wear.

Excellent - The vintage piece shows only the slightest signs of being worn.

Very Good - The piece shows typical, although minor, signs of wear.

Good - The vintage piece is considered wearable but has some surface flaws i.e. staining, soiling or colour damage.

Poor - The item is wearable but shows significant signs of wear, although in many cases, some of these pieces can be restored.

We also try to notate any additional issues.

Please message us with any questions.

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