Ralph Lauren unveils Olympic uniforms for U.S. team’s Beijing 2022 closing ceremony
Ralph Lauren unveiled chic navy blue models for Team USA to wear at the closing ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympics.
As American athletes currently prepare for the Winter Games in Beijing, China in February, the New York-based brand’s Polo Ralph Lauren line has taken care of outfitting them all for the final parade at the end. competitions. Expect USA-made outfits that incorporate sustainable materials and manufacturing practices, like the Buffalo Plaid Hooded Puffer Jacket with Recycled Polyester and Recycled Down.
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There are also men’s fleece pants, women’s fleece leggings, recycled polyester gloves and boots, as well as an intarsia turtleneck (adorned with an American flag and the Olympic rings in white). ) and a hat made from Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) wool grown in the United States.
“Ralph Lauren is incredibly proud to equip Team USA with clothing designed with integrity and purpose,” David Lauren, brand and innovation director, said in a statement.
“For these Games, the design aesthetic of our uniform represents a modern look that feels distinctly new and fresh, created with sustainability in mind. Lauren continues, “We are heavily invested in scaling up sustainability solutions that have the potential to dramatically reduce our impact and that of the industry at large, and we are proud to have created apparel. think for Team USA who embody this mission. “
The campaign, which was promoted on the Heritage label’s Instagram page Thursday, shows #RLxTeamUSA athletes like Hilary Knight, Rico Roman, Aja Evans, Jaime Anderson and Jason Brown, in patriotic looks.
RL is committed to this long-term eco-responsible approach by using 100% RWS certified or recycled wool for all of the company’s modes by 2025.
Ralph Lauren has been an official Team USA designer since 2008 and continues to produce every piece in the United States. You can buy similar items now from the brand’s online store.
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