Video of men riding motorcycles in leather jackets.

Cross Country

Men wear brown tweed jackets, vest, hats, and pants.
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Exploding the size of iconic tweed patterns to turn three-piece suits, Polo coats and blazers into statement pieces worth notice
Men in brown, grey, and green tweed attire.
Man wears brown tweed three-piece suit and hat.
Brown tweed three-piece suit and hat on a mannequin.
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Checked Out This large-scale cognac-and-camel Glen check fabric was woven in Britain exclusively for the collection with a pattern detail that is purely Polo: A windowpane grid of wine and green “guard” the pattern, meaning the colours run along the edge of the plaid, giving it the unmistakable look of Ralph Lauren
Men in brown tweed attire watch as two men ride past on motorcycles.
Paisley silk tie on a white button-down shirt.
The Silk Twill Tie Sourced from Mantero, an established mill in Como renowned for its striking prints, hand-cut on a perfect 45-degree bias to ensure it never twists or turns
Men in brown, grey, and green tweed suits at a country estate.
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Drawing of asymmetrical oilcloth jacket.

The Asymmetrical Oilcloth Jacket

This jacket takes the silhouette of a traditional leather bike jacket and reimagines it in a waxed oilcloth fabric manufactured by British Millerain®, pioneers of rainproof finishes for six generations. It zips up the side at an angle to keep the jacket from bunching when you sit. The vintage-inspired enamel pins on the fold-back flap are a nod to motorsports in the daring era when helmets were nothing more than thin pieces of leather
Men in brown and grey tweed attire sit outside.

“I have always loved contradiction and the unexpected.”

Man wears grey newsboy cap.
The Newsboy Cap Made with brushed tweeds woven by a historic mill in Donegal, Ireland, the hats in this collection are companion pieces to the graphic check suits and Polo coats. The hoodie of its time, the newsboy cap fits generously, giving it a rebellious, youthful charm
Man wears grey tweed jacket, sweater vest, and grey newsboy cap.
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Man wears brown leather coat and grey argyle sweater.
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Precision in Design
Drawing of Killian Aviator coat.


In Detail

This Polo Originals trouser has been given a patinaed character, with contrasting panels, hand-applied paint and mended details.

In Heritage

In the 1920s and ’30s, European workwear was primarily made of durable corduroy. As the clothing aged, it was repaired with tonal patches to extend its lifespan. This pair of cords has been crafted with these elements in recognition of that history.
Men in Polo tweed outfits inspect a motorcycle.
Various brown and green clothing items on a table.

Made to Be Weathered and Worn

Video of men in Polo Originals suits and vests.


Man gets measured in brown suit jacket.
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The Study of Style

Notes of traditional academic style and athletic influence manifest throughout the collection, inspired by thrill-seeking university students who often made the trek to the countryside for a weekend race at Goodwood
Men wear grey tweed jacket and blue hooded coat.
Togs of Victory One sport of courage often leads to another, and clothes that work for one thing – a match on the field – can live on for another. That’s one reason the pairing of a rugged jumper and a topcoat is good forever
Cricket sweater, sweater vest, and T-shirts on display.
Beyond the Cricket Jumper This season’s cricket jumper has been reimagined in a signature shade of Polo navy, while striped rugby shirts and cable-knit jumpers pack a classic panache. Wear them and win
Man wears grey tweed jacket and white cricket sweater.
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Drawing of camo oilcloth bike jacket.

The Camo Oilcloth Bike Jacket

This belted jacket is made with an icon in textile production and features pins and patches inspired by heritage English motoring culture. As motor racing progressed into the 1960s, riders – perhaps most famously Steve McQueen – adopted a belted jacket with a length that provided more protection from mud and debris on the track. This camo example, also made with waxed oilcloth manufactured by the renowned rainproof experts British Millerain®, is a direct homage to that moment. Its mottled appearance grounds it in an authentic past, and its sewn-on patches are directly inspired by rare original designs
Man wears dark green camo oilcloth jacket.
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Newsboy cap, racing helmet, driving goggles, and toy car.
Men wear oilcloth racing jacket and driving goggles.
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Black-and-white photo of men in Polo 67 jackets pushing a motorcycle.

The Lake Isle of Innisfree

I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree,
And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made;
Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey-bee,
And live alone in the bee-loud glade.

And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow,
Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings;
There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow,
And evening full of the linnet’s wings.

I will arise and go now, for always night and day
I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore;
While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements grey,
I hear it in the deep heart’s core.
– William Butler Yeats