Polo Ralph Lauren Fall 2013

Polo Ralph Lauren presents a season of heritage looks paired with youthful American roughwear. Offerings include versatile tailored pieces and a range of sportswear—from estate tweeds and signature fairisle knits to a special selection of nylon and down jackets crafted by RLX and mixed with Polo.

Tailored clothing showcases traditional silhouettes with clean lines. Suitings are cut from select wool in solid or subtly patterned grey, dark charcoal and rich navy, pairing handsomely with blue and white shirts. Repp stripes, heraldic crests and simple handblocked prints feature on neckwear in dark luxury silk. Sport coats are offered in a number of new fabrications—from washed corduroy to rugged twill and heritage tweeds—with updated natural shoulders for a streamlined appearance with jeans or dress trousers.


A modern take on a sartorial mainstay, Polo tailored clothing unveils a new tuxedo in charcoal wool, featuring a trim double-breasted silhouette and sharp satin peak lapels. Polo celebrates a legacy of country dressing with a blend of refined weekendwear and rugged outdoorsy pieces inspired by fishing and hunting lifestyles. Bright oranges, greens and purples are set against an autumnal backdrop of olive, brown and navy in a number of seasonal layered looks.

Wool sweaters and novelty intarsia pieces, such as a glen plaid cardigan vest and a shawl-collar knit with a scenic wildlife motif, pair well with a full breadth of outerwear, from tonal camo print parkas to iconic oilcloth hunting coats to blazer-inspired silhouettes in luxe leather and suede. Tumbled canvas pants, washed denim and utility-inspired cargos are ready for a weekend in the wilderness, while slim-fit wool herringbone and grey flannel trousers exude polished style.