It’s not farfetched to think that Ralph Lauren is one of the most iconic designers the world over, and their Americana-inspired subbrand, RRL, stays true to the company’s heritage roots. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Lauren’s rugged branch, they’ve unveiled a limited edition clothing collection to commemorate the two decades of influential tailoring.
The 25th Anniversary Collection is chock full of supplemental articles of clothing, from a hat, a long-sleeve, and various t-shirts, all the way to the most intriguing garments to be included in the selection — the Ranch and Chore jackets. Each unique design harkens back to the company’s 1993 heritage, boasting reintroduced colorways, fabrics, and styles that were prominent during the era. The RRL Ranch jacket is made from an aesthetically pleasing 16.25-ounce Japanese selvedge denim and features a corduroy point collar, American-made metal buttons, and buttoned barrel cuffs to reiterate the garment’s timeless look. In contrast, the Chore jacket makes use of a 10.5-ounce Japanese red-cast denim, a corduroy point collar, and shadow plaid lining throughout. These multi-generational jackets offer all the style and poise you’ve come to expect from the Americana brand — and for around $590, you can grab one for yourself from Ralph Lauren’s site.