Ralph Lauren || Limited Edition Japan Relief Polo Shirt

Polo Ralph Lauren and United Way in an effort to help the victims of the Earthquake and Tsunami that stuck Japan have partnered, to create this limited edition POLO shirt with 100% of proceeds being donated to the humanitarian effort through the Central Community Chest of Japan, a part of the United Way worldwide network.

The shirt is a trim, modern fit, with an applied flag and the words ‘JAPAN RELIEF’ embroidered underneath on the front right side, while on the left you will find the Ralph Lauren Pony player and the Japanese characters for hope embroidered underneath.

The Japanese characters for hope are also on the back, aswell as the words JAPAN and the Ralph Lauren and United Way logo.

For men and women; it comes in 4 colourways as well as all the usual Polo styles and fits

Dalia Strum, founder of Dalia Inc. and SocialFashion.com, New York said about the shirt;

“This adds value to Polo Ralph Lauren because it shows the sensitive side of the brand,”

“It shows that they are not just a business but rather are deeply concerned about how this disaster is affecting Japan’s society, It personalizes their brand by offering their support to help their society recover from this disaster,”

Already available on the US Ralph Lauren site for $98, you can pre-order on the UK site now and should retail for around the £60 mark.


2 responses to “Ralph Lauren || Limited Edition Japan Relief Polo Shirt

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