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Ralph Lauren Steps Down As CEO

Nineties To Now – 10

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Creative Direction and Styling: Samantha Ria // @SamanthaRia
Photographer: Jamie Kendrick // @Jamie_kendrick
Hair Stylist: Kayleigh Jane // @KayleighJaneHair
Fashion Assistant: Rhys Marcus Jay // @rhysmarcusjay
Make Up: Michael Szostek // @jam_deluxe
Photography Assistant: Dylan Myers // @DylansCortex
Model: King // @lordknowsking

 

For the latest PAUSE Hair series, we have split two contrasting looks in a Nineties To Now mash up.  Which do you prefer?

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Clothing credits: Jumper and Jacket – River Island

 

Thanks to: Sexy Hair Big Shine


Nineties To Now – 10

PauseGrooming-80-683x1024-BAN

Creative Direction and Styling: Samantha Ria // @SamanthaRia
Photographer: Jamie Kendrick // @Jamie_kendrick
Hair Stylist: Kayleigh Jane // @KayleighJaneHair
Fashion Assistant: Rhys Marcus Jay // @rhysmarcusjay
Make Up: Michael Szostek // @jam_deluxe
Photography Assistant: Dylan Myers // @DylansCortex
Model: King // @lordknowsking

 

For the latest PAUSE Hair series, we have split two contrasting looks in a Nineties To Now mash up.  Which do you prefer?

PauseGrooming-83 PauseGrooming-79PauseGrooming-81 PauseGrooming-80PauseGrooming-82Clothing credits: Studio White Label

 

GroomAug-10 GroomAug-15 GroomAug-14GroomAug-11GroomAug-13

Clothing credits: Jumper and Jacket – River Island

 

Thanks to: Sexy Hair Big Shine


Ralph Lauren has dethroned himself from his fashion empire.

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After initially launching his namesake label under the epithet “Polo” 48 years ago, Ralph Lauren has decided to step down from the throne as CEO of the company. Nearly spending five prosperous decades in the top seat, as well as creative director, Ralph Lauren, who is 76 next month, will reportedly hand the reigns to former H&M executive Stefan Larsson. Larsson, who is currently Global President of Old Navy, will be left with the task of consolidating the company’s finances, as the multiple Ralph Lauren-associated brands are currently struggling against a strong dollar, greater luxury-level competition, and a falling share price.

However, there is some light at the end of the tunnel for Ralph Lauren fans, as the fashion veteran is not walking away completely. The latter is expected to stay on as design chief, while Larsson will actually be reporting to him, though it has been disclosed that the relationship is a “partnership.”

Ralph Lauren also went on to say, “The company has to change,” he told Wall Street Journal. “It’s a public company and we have a responsibility to have the right leadership.”

Regardless of whether Lauren does decide to step away completely now or in the near future, it is safe to say that the 75-year old designer has truly built a legacy for himself.

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