End. launches 'Baroque' collection with Polo Ralph Lauren
End. and Polo Ralph Lauren announced on Monday that they have joined forces for the first time to launch an apparel and accessories collection on October 8.
Dubbed 'Baroque', the 13-piece collection was inspired by original Ralph Lauren homeware collections including the ornate and extravagant floral detailing found throughout. This style of patterning was adopted and cast through a street-focused lens to offer a combination of classic and contemporary styles.
'Baroque' is named after the early 17th century Baroque style that is described as a style of architecture, music, art and design that celebrated the talents and skills of the creators behind the work. With this in mind, the collection aims to reflect the refined sensibility inherent in the iconic label.
In particular, preppy, sportswear-inspired staples like the rugby shirt, polo and coach jacket have been reimagined with a bespoke floral pattern. The collection also includes tees, hoodies and sweatpants all featuring Polo branding that has been reworked and inlaid with the collection’s baroque pattern.
Rounding out the collection are accessories such as a reversible bucket hat, featuring an all-over pattern on one side, a more understated white on the other, as well as a black cap detailed with Polo branding.
End. was founded in 2005 by Christiaan Ashworth and John Parker, and created through a shared passion for fashion, design, art, and music. Today, it is a leading fashion, sneaker, and design destination.
Most recently, the brand also announced a new sneaker release with Adidas.
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