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May 30, 1990 | TIMOTHY HAWKINS, Hawkins, a free-lance writer based in New York, frequently contributes to The Times fashion pages
To see Ricky Lauren is to understand what has been Ralph Lauren's most personal inspiration for his phenomenally successful, billion-dollar fashion empire. As Ralph Lauren's wife of 25 years enters the room in a pale blue cotton shirt, khaki jodhpurs, English riding boots and her blond-streaked hair flowing to her shoulders--setting off her slightly tanned, flawless skin--she is clearly the epitome of the Ralph Lauren woman featured in all those carefully styled Polo advertisements.
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May 30, 1990 | TIMOTHY HAWKINS, Hawkins, a free-lance writer based in New York, frequently contributes to The Times fashion pages
To see Ricky Lauren is to understand what has been Ralph Lauren's most personal inspiration for his phenomenally successful, billion-dollar fashion empire. As Ralph Lauren's wife of 25 years enters the room in a pale blue cotton shirt, khaki jodhpurs, English riding boots and her blond-streaked hair flowing to her shoulders--setting off her slightly tanned, flawless skin--she is clearly the epitome of the Ralph Lauren woman featured in all those carefully styled Polo advertisements.
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January 5, 2007 | Robin Givhan, Washington Post
Publisher Prosper Assouline is sniffing a $250 book. He has hoisted the enormous tome "Masks" by Thierry Despont from the table in front of him, swung it open and inserted his nose. He looks a bit like a bookworm with an extreme case of myopia. But he is not reading. Although Assouline is a man who sells books, he is not one who traffics in words. He sells style. And he believes wholeheartedly that one can -- and should -- judge a book by its cover.
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September 9, 2009 | MARY McNAMARA, TELEVISION CRITIC
Woodstock, Stonewall, Chappaquiddick. Monty Python, President Nixon, Golda Meir. "Midnight Cowboy," "The Brady Bunch." The moon landing. No matter how you measure it, 1969 was an extraordinary year. The sun rose and set on the Manson murders and the exposure of My Lai, but also over "Abbey Road" and John and Yoko's famous "bed-ins." More important, perhaps even most important, it was the year of "Sesame Street." There is no medium more powerful or ubiquitous as television and there is no television show more iconic or revolutionary than "Sesame Street."
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