The Polo Bar reopens in Manhattan, and the 82-year-old designer has no plans to slow down.
On the deck of his home in Montauk, N.Y., over the sound of crashing waves — a vigorous white noise, more roaring than soothing — Ralph Lauren said he was glad to be back.
Two days earlier, he had returned to New York for the first time since relocating to his Colorado ranch this spring. It was the longest the Bronx-born designer of cozy Americana fashion had spent away from his home state.
“Colorado was mountains, and a different life,” he said, one of horseback riding, hunting and hiking.
Mr. Lauren, who is foremost an architect of
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