And Greg Lauren has a Ralph Lauren moment.
"They're strong. They're self-sufficient. And they have a unique sense of beauty." For his first solely female show, Greg Lauren celebrates women and points out that there's no one thing that defines them today.
As an artist, Greg Lauren saw an opportunity to make clothing his own way, but the nephew of Ralph Lauren admitted “it took a roundabout journey to find my voice in fashion.”
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Greg Lauren wants to know if you’re man enough to wear a jacket with ribbons on it. An LA-based artist and the nephew of Ralph Lauren, Greg made the move from art to fashion rather, ahem, seamlessly. Last year at an exhibition he showed paper sculptures of classic menswear like military looks, tuxedos, and yes, superhero costumes. Growing up in the family he did, it’s no wonder that Greg has had menswear on the mind. He started turning his paper sculptures into real garments made from canvas and drop cloths from his studio. People started asking him where they could get the pieces, and the collection took off. I stopped by to meet the designer at Barneys, where his collection is available now. The word that comes to mind immediately when you see Greg’s clothes is “deconstructed” or alternatively, “moth-eaten.” But look more closely and there are some genius elements there.