Ralph Lauren Children’s Fall 2014 Available at Saks

10% of all sales will go to help promote child literacy.

This past spring, Ralph Lauren staged his Children’s Fall 2014 collection on a very apropos runway – at the New York Public Library. The presentation correlated beautifully with Ralph Lauren’s philanthropic initiatives through its own Children’s Literacy Program, which worked in partnership with the Reach Out & Read non-profit organization for the event. Reach Out & Read is an organization comprised of doctors and nurses who promote early literacy by providing children with new books in their pediatric examination rooms. It is now in its 25th year. The Ralph Lauren Children’s fashion show was hosted by Uma Thurman, featured 55 models, sporting great back-to-school looks for both boys and girls and featured a live performance by the cast of Broadway’s Matilda the Musical, based on Roald Dahl’s children’s classic novel.

Unlike most fashion shows, one doesn’t have to wait half a year to get their hands on these great kids’ pieces. They’re available right now at Saks Fifth Avenue retail stores and on Saks.com. Check out some of the key looks below and make sure to check out the small clip from behind the scenes of Ralph Lauren Children’s Fall 2014 fashion show.

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Ralph Lauren Children’s Fall 2014 Key Looks for Your Back-to-School Youngsters

Leather Moto Jacket  I  Tartan Plaid and Sequin Dress

Boy’s Wool Toggle Jacket  I  Mesh Polo Shirt  I  Striped Shirt

Girl’s Wool Blazer  I  Oxford Shirt  I  Fair Isle Skirt  I Striped Scarf

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This past spring, Ralph Lauren staged his Children’s Fall 2014 collection on a very apropos runway – at the New York Public Library. The presentation correlated beautifully with Ralph Lauren’s philanthropic initiatives through its own Children’s Literacy Program, which worked in partnership with the Reach Out & Read non-profit organization for the event. Reach Out & Read is an organization comprised of doctors and nurses who promote early literacy by providing children with new books in their pediatric examination rooms. It is now in its 25th year. The Ralph Lauren Children’s fashion show was hosted by Uma Thurman, featured 55 models, sporting great back-to-school looks for both boys and girls and featured a live performance by the cast of Broadway’s Matilda the Musical, based on Roald Dahl’s children’s classic novel.

Unlike most fashion shows, one doesn’t have to wait half a year to get their hands on these great kids’ pieces. They’re available right now at Saks Fifth Avenue retail stores and on Saks.com. Check out some of the key looks below and make sure to check out the small clip from behind the scenes of Ralph Lauren Children’s Fall 2014 fashion show.

Ralph-Lauren-Childrens-Fall-2014-Fashion-Show-Literacy-Program-Saks

Ralph Lauren Children’s Fall 2014 Key Looks for Your Back-to-School Youngsters

Leather Moto Jacket  I  Tartan Plaid and Sequin Dress

Boy’s Wool Toggle Jacket  I  Mesh Polo Shirt  I  Striped Shirt

Girl’s Wool Blazer  I  Oxford Shirt  I  Fair Isle Skirt  I Striped Scarf

From August 18, 2014 through August 24, 2014, 10% of the purchase price from the sale of Ralph Lauren Childrenswear apparel and accessories (excluding footwear and hosiery) sold at Saks retail stores and Saks.com will be donated to Reach Out and Read as part of the Ralph Lauren Children’s Literacy Program.

Take a look at some of the highlights from the children’s fashion show below:


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To learn more about Reach Out and Read, visit ReachOutAndRead.org.

 

 Books provided in partnership with Scholastic.

 

Make sure to check out all the key looks at our Ralph Lauren Kids Event.


Lights, Camera, Fashion

The New York Fashion Film Festival unspools in Chelsea.

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Irreverence, fantasy, and an electrifying bass reverberated at the 5th annual New York Fashion Film Festival last week in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. Filmmakers, photographers and the fashion crowd packed the SVA Theater, and our own Saks Fifth Avenue editors sat front and center.

Co-founded by photographer Bon Duke, he says the festival began “out of pure will to expose what was out there and show them on a big screen compared to a small device.” This year’s edition screened 16 films, followed by fashion stalwart and iconic editor/writer Glenn O’Brien’s panel discussion about whether the showcased works were, in his words, “really films or merely screen-savers”.

On the eve of New York Fashion Week, veteran fashion consultant Julie Gilhart deliberated on the intense and fast impressions the films make: “We all see so many runway shows, and when it’s over, it’s over. [Fashion Week] is a grueling schedule. I’d rather watch a film.”

So what were the panelists’ favorites? Steven Meisel’s Show Girl, featuring an anti-fashion burlesque dancer, proved to be O’Brien’s, while Gilhart’s pick was Pierre Debusschere’s abstract Holy Flowers – Fade Into You. Photographer Cass Bird endorsed Habib Yazdi’s Somewhere in America and Matt Lambert’s The London Collections for their documentary-like portrayals of fashion in “real life”, and Sylvain Labs founder Alain Sylvain, sheepishly smiled and professed to “enjoy the hip hop.”

Four panelists, each with their own favorites. Go figure: in fashion, film, and fashion films, everyone has a feeling, but no one has a magic formula.


Saks Inside: Rag & Bone at NYFW

Go backstage at Rag & Bone's NYFW runway show.

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