One of the most influential and iconic fashion designers, Ralph Lauren is about to open his heart in a new HBO documentary, set to air in early November.
Very Ralph will timeline the story of how this fashion mogul began with his first collection in 1967 to now as he celebrates his sixth decade at the head of the firm.
Lauren was was responsible for transforming sports fashion into stylish and sophisticated wear, making him a pioneer of pop culture.
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The documentary will also share exclusive interviews with Dame Anna Wintour, Hillary Clinton, Jessica Chastain, Clavin Klein and the late Karl Lagerfeld.
The film is directed by Susan Lacy and Graydon Carter, former editor of Vanity Fair as executive producer.
Very Ralph, the HBO documentary featuring Ralph Lauren is set to hit our screens in November.