The Baroque Collection of homewares at Polo Ralph Lauren and END. pay homage to Ralph Lauren's distinctive patterns and style, reimagined and recreated through a fashionable and youthful street lens.
The result is a fusion of classic and contemporary - sartorial refinement with elevated streetwear codes.
Baroque art and architecture first appeared in the early 17th century and is the antithesis to restrained and unornamented art, architecture, music and design popular at the time, using their new style to promote the gifts and abilities of their artists and craftsmen.
Taking sportswear-style clothing (a preppy polo, for example) and draping it in rich and sumptuous textiles.
Echoing Polo Ralph Lauren’s penchant for detail, tees, hoodies and sweatpants all feature Polo branding, which is reworked and inlaid with the collection’s baroque pattern.
As for the capsule's accessories, there's a reversible bucket hat, featuring an all-over pattern on one side, and an understated white on the other.
The END. X Polo Ralph Lauren “Baroque” collection launched via END. on the 8th October.