Monday, October 19, 2009

In the Vault


On Friday I received an email from my dear friend Sloane, "There is a bracelet in the "Estate" area of [the Ralph Lauren Gift Vault] that is Indian (the country) and I thought of you instantly."


Ralph Lauren Gift Vault? Hmmm.... So, I hit Polo.com but couldn't find it.


Typed "Gift Vault" into their search box. Nothing. Sloane is incredibly reliable when it comes to great stuff. (This is a play on words; Sloane and her sister own a terrific store in Kansas City named, yes, Stuff.)


So I googled it and discovered wonders untold. Why is Ralph (we've been on a first name basis for years) launching this site under a different address? Don't know. Don't care.

To have something on this site remind someone of me was one of the nicest compliments I've ever received. You can find it at ralphlaurengiftvault.com.

14 comments:

David said...

What a wonderful collection of things, especially that sterling ice bucket.

Karena said...

Ooh, the Vault, how cool these wonders!

Pat's Addition said...

Very nice things, thanks for finding the link!

SPLENDEROSA said...

OMG, only Ralph would dare to do this in the present retail environment; as he said in his recent show, "Now is the time to be strong, only the strong can survive" or something like that.
Simply Splendid Stuff !!!

Lynne Rutter said...

*gasp!*

Renovation Therapy said...

Oh gorgeous stuff! Wonder if this is his spin on a J. Peterman style marketing...

Greet said...

Patricia,
This is what I like a lot on your blog! You give us so much things to discover, things or people we don't know yet!!
Thank you again for sharing this address to discover!
Greet

Style Court said...

The bracelet is to die for.

Renee Finberg said...

P,
the estate jewelry in his palm beach store and the 79th street store are fabulous.
i love the bracelet and the pin.

i was thinking of you a bit....i just came back from a visit w/ my mother...:(
let's just say i am happy to be home and dressing to go to work!
big hug
xx renee

susan gordon said...

fabulous gold bracelet. probably from southern India.

mary said...

Thanks for the RL information--but I love your article on (Black) Basalt--really informative.

Diane Dorrans Saeks said...

Mrs B-


Wonders to behold.

Cheers and thanks, www.thestylesaloniste.com

Mona said...

Gorgeous!! Love RL!

Tickled Pink And Green said...

Love RL! Just did a post on him a few days ago...