It’s fun pondering whether this fashion icon and tastemaker extraordinaire would have had the same global success had he stuck with his born name (Ralph Lifschitz), or chosen darts as his ambassador sport. What began in the ’60s with a collection of ties, has developed into a vast sartorial empire that has defined aspirational American dressing. Despite the huge numbers of fake Ã‚‘Ralphys’ that flooded the market in the label-crazed ’90s, Ralph Lauren has endured, and the interior decor of this store carries the kind of old-school elegance and comfortable appeal that befit the label. The range has a mixture of preppy sports fashion that befits yachting and Pimm’s at the country club rather than street wear. There are also more debonair and formal items of clothing, and a range of accessories that are well worth looking into. The Ralph Lauren Purple Label offers superior-quality suits with that classic and noticeably more elegant look for when you need to impress somebody other than just your usual mates.