Ralph Lauren created probably the most recognizable style manufacturers on the earth, however he is not hung up on labels, he tells Jane Pauley in an interview on “Sunday’s Finest: Celebrating 40 Years of CBS Sunday Morning,” a one-hour primetime particular to be broadcast Friday, Sept. 14 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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In a uncommon interview at Lauren’s sprawling Colorado ranch, the designer talks with Pauley about his childhood, his transfer into style, the 50th anniversary of his firm (which immediately is valued at over $10 billion), why he modified his final identify as a younger man, and far more.

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The creator of Polo additionally tells Pauley, “You do not have to put on a label to be essential.”

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Jane Pauley with designer Ralph Lauren on his Colorado ranch. 

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In actual fact, he would not really feel the necessity to put on his personal label both, even for a tv interview. “This shirt, I purchased at Kmart,” Lauren mentioned. “That is dwelling proof of what I imagine in – I really like the getting old of it. I really like the rips. I adore it all. And I like the way in which I look in it.”

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So, Pauley asks, why did he selected to put on it?

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“I wished to look nice,” Lauren replied.

The interview is a part of the “Sunday Morning”‘s primetime particular, which additionally options interviews with supermodel Chrissy Teigen and her husband, singer John Legend; Academy Award-winner Robert Redford; Louise Brown, the world’s first test-tube child born 40 years in the past; and highlights from the printed’s 4 a long time on the air.


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