A Look Inside RRL East Hampton.

Over the weekend I stumbled upon some great pictures of the new RRL store in East Hampton. Ralph Lauren must have decided that it wanted everyone of its brands to have a presence in the Hamptons. First we saw a new Rugby store and now this RRL outpost. The new RRL store looks typical Ralph, which is to say amazing. I love the denim, khakis and the woven shirts. The new store has some great home goods and of course some casual offerings for your relaxing weekends in the Hamptons.

All photos are by Brian Berman —who looks to be a very talented photographer and obviously skilled at capturing interiors. More pictures after the jump.

Comments on “A Look Inside RRL East Hampton.

    SLon June 2, 2008 @ 1:42 PM:

    Stunning. Kudos on the thorough reconaissance!

    Hollister Hoveyon June 2, 2008 @ 2:09 PM:

    God, I want that Chesterfield.

    Tokyo_Roseon June 16, 2008 @ 4:50 PM:

    Nice photos; lousy, stereotypic dry goods.

    JPon January 2, 2009 @ 12:02 AM:

    The photos are nice, indeed.

    I respectfully disagree with miss tokyo_rose, though.

    The product is amazing. Ralph was doing authentic, vintage “dry goods” before anyone else cared. You are most likely feeling turned off by certain followers that are bad derivatives of RRL.


    Joseon January 6, 2009 @ 8:19 PM:

    I remember when we walked in there – the product just kicked me in the face.
    I want to buy a barn now. Awesome merchandising and amazing visuals.
    I can’t wait to visit again.

    Ol' Sporton March 11, 2009 @ 2:07 PM:

    As much as I dig what RL embraces…there’s no sport in walking into one of his stores to buy anything “vintage”. I much prefer finding “finds” on my own.

    danon April 13, 2009 @ 1:35 AM:

    I’ve only been there a few times but this is a really great store… they’ve got a whole mix of collection and vintage pieces and altogether great stuff. Nice pics of the store.

    Dry Goods and Gearon May 12, 2009 @ 1:38 PM:

    RRL is by far one of my favorites. I wish the stuff was made in the USA, but it’s great stuff none-the-less. Their attention to detail and quality are top notch. It’s a shame that the stuff is so hard to find if you aren’t close to one of the stores…but I guess that’s good in a way as well.

    DrinkMolokoon July 15, 2009 @ 10:09 AM:

    Pretty damn amazing.

    Estebanon August 26, 2009 @ 4:41 PM:

    Nice pictures, is like being there man, Very nice.

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