Polo Ralph Lauren’s Just-Released US Open Collection Is a Certified Ace
Celebrating 17 years of tennis-inspired heaven
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While the US Open is still weeks away, the world of tennis is already filled with intriguing stories. Serena William’s bombshell announcement that the NYC-based tournament will be her last has dominated conversation, as has other big-name stars exclusions from the games due to COVID-related complications. But perhaps the biggest news of all doesn’t center around the racquet-wielding stars, but the heritage label that outfits them: that’s right, the Polo Ralph Lauren US Open Collection is back.
Celebrating the a continued partnership between the iconically preppy brand and equally preppy sport — PRL has been dressing the US Open since 2005 — the collection drops in full on Thursday, August 11, along with a video presentation of the tennis-focused collection. The campaign was shot at the renowned USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, with the multi-item capsule featuring a variety of styles for both spectators and in-game staff and showcasing a mix of classically modern athletic garb and the performance forward uniforms designed for the games.
Standout pieces include the Ball Crew Member Polo ($148), which utilizes “the abstract lines of the tennis court as an exploded print, grounded in navy with pops of orange and green,” according to a press release from the brand. Similarly, the charming polo bear makes a colorful appearance on an ultra-soft US Open Custom Slim T-Shirt ($60). Eyewear is also center court, with the handsome tortoiseshell Panto Sunglasses ($149) which helps block out the sun in style as you spectate your favorite matches.
The collection retails from $16-$248 and is available now at the Polo Ralph Lauren website and at select Ralph Lauren locations. You may not be able to serve like the pros, but don’t miss out on your own little slice of the world’s biggest tennis tourney, courtesy of PRL.
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