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Ralph Lauren Closes Three Stores in a Week in Los Angeles

Ralph Lauren Closes Three Stores in a Week in Los Angeles

Ralph Lauren Dreams in California, the Latest Faux pas for the company whose slogan is to reinvent American fashion

No one is complaining, exactly, but this is not a good look for a company that is supposed to be “The Future of Fashion” — only a few months after making a name for itself on Twitter.

The latest public relations nightmare comes after Ralph Lauren’s CEO, Darren McCollough, revealed that his brand has closed three stores in a week in the Los Angeles area.

There are also reports suggesting that the company had sold some of its more expensive handbags for $1,000 to raise some cash. According to the LA Times, the stores were closed on orders from the company’s former in-house buyer.

In a statement, the company said:

“We are extremely disappointed in what is causing us to close our small-town stores. We are working to rectify the situation as quickly as possible.”

On Tuesday, the brand also announced a partnership with the US military, which is in the process of opening a $25 million facility in North Carolina.

This will be the second military facility to open in Los Angeles in the last year, after a $30 million one opened in Hollywood.

This is a major turnaround – even for the company that prides itself on creating “reinventing American fashion.”

A number of people involved with the company have left, including McCollough himself.

McCollough said that he is seeking a new role that will take him out of his current role.

“I love this company and I thank them for giving me the opportunity to make them what they do,” McCollough said.

McCollough’s new position remains under contract and the company has not commented further.

A quick look at their website says they have recently expanded their product offering with a new ready-to-wear line called “Ralph Lauren & Kate Spade” and a new range of women’s fragrances called “Lauren & Stella’s,” which has just dropped their “

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