Ralph Lauren makes his cars the stars in elitist extravaganza
the Guardian -

The designer invited just 300 guests to his New York fashion week show which was a celebration of affluence and exclusivity

The late 19th-century arbiter of Manhattan society Samuel Ward McAllister coined the phrase “The Four Hundred” to describe the number of people who really matter in New York at any given time. Ralph Lauren, who has built a personal fortune of $5.8bn (£4.4bn) by distilling the top notes of affluent east coast society into blazers, polo shirts and perfumes, revived this...

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