Respect Yourself!

At Ralph Lauren, it’s all about individuality, self-expression, and self-love this season as the maison reintroduces its unisex Polo Pride collection, and partners with Stonewall Community Foundation to benefit LGBTQIA+ organizations around the world.

Polo Ralph Lauren Pride Collection features unisex polos

Building on a 30-year history of supporting and advancing LGBTQIA+ issues through volunteer activations, corporate initiatives and financial grants, Ralph Lauren will continue to celebrate the historic significance of Pride, spotlighting select muralists who are a part of the LGBTQIA+ community, to highlight their creativity and unique stories. Additionally, the brand will re-issue its unisex Polo Pride collection for adults and children along with fragrance, and introduce eyewear to the capsule. The company has partnered with Stonewall Community Foundation to donate a portion of the purchase price of each item sold to benefit LGBTQIA+ organizations around the world. Stonewall Community Foundation prioritizes and uplifts those who experience the greatest vulnerability within the community, including communities of colour and transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary people. Ralph Lauren stands for a community where all voices matter and where all differences are celebrated; creativity, self-expression, individuality, authenticity, diversity and inclusion are integral parts of the brand’s DNA.

Polo Ralph Lauren_Pride Collection - parts of the sale will benefit LGBTQIA+ communities the world over

During the month of June, the company is partnering with artists David Puck in NY and Ashton Attzs in London, both of whom are part of the LGBTQIA+ community, to create artistic outdoor murals to celebrate and honour Pride month. Ralph Lauren recognizes that the Pride movement was built by brave people who harnessed the power of their creativity to transform the world around them and wants to honour and highlight the artists who pave the way forward today. Starting June 15th through 27th, David Puck will create and feature a silo mural canvas in Domino Park, Brooklyn that represents their personal expression of who they are and what they believe; while Ashton Attzs will paint their own Pride-inspired mural in Notting Hill.

In addition to supporting local queer artists, Ralph Lauren will continue to partner with key LGBTQIA+ media outlets globally, such as them. and Têtu that represent and cover issues that speak to the community year-round.

Polo Ralph Lauren Pride Collection's unisex polo T shirts

The Polo Pride capsule collection is gender-neutral, available in adult and youth sizes and features the iconic Polo Pony reimagined in rainbow colours. The collection consists of a Polo shirt, graphic tee, tank top, sweatshirt, flag sweater, belt bag, baseball cap, water bottle, socks, and a dog Polo. Hundred percent of the purchase price from the sale of each Polo shirt and dog Polo shirt, and 25 percent of the purchase price from the sale of each graphic tee, sweatshirt, flag sweater, belt bag, baseball cap, and socks will be donated to Stonewall Community Foundation. Additionally, Ralph Lauren Fragrances will continue to offer its limited-edition Pride packaging on select fragrances along with a supplemental donation to Stonewall Community Foundation, and Ralph Lauren Eyewear is introducing its first Pride eyewear, with a supplemental donation to Stonewall Community Foundation.

Polo Ralph Lauren Pride Collection features unisex polos and even a perfume

Stonewall Community Foundation will make strategic investments in communities where the capsule is sold, through an international network of change-making LGBTQIA+ organizations, touching many different LGBTQIA+ community needs. Longstanding grantee partner examples include Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Audre Lorde Project and Ali Forney Center, among many others working on change. Ralph Lauren Corporation and The Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation have a long-standing history of supporting the LGBTQIA+ community. Support has been provided through volunteer activations, corporate initiatives, and financial grants. Partners have included, but are not limited to, the Hetrick-Martin Institute, amfAR, AIDS Walk New York, God’s Love We Deliver, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

The company is also a member of the United Nations Human Rights Business Standards for LGBTI, standing with the UN global business standards that protect the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community in the workplace. For the second sequential year, the Ralph Lauren Corporation is proud to receive 100 percent on infrastructure for LGBTQIA+ equality in the workplace from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the largest LGBTQIA+ advocacy group in the United States.


Priya Kumari Rana

Lifestyle Insider is a kind of junction point, connecting people with diverse interests that touch on the more luxurious aspects of lifestyle – fashion, design, travel, food and spirits, art, watches and jewellery, cars, yachts, and aviation, and technology. People today don’t fit into boxes and categories. In our individual ways, we are interested in diverse themes, products, and the challenges that face our world today. You will judge how well this effort of mine caters to your passions and proclivities.

Lifestyle Insider is a showcase of all that is beautiful and luxe. Behind every creation, is a designer, chef, entrepreneur, or a design maison. I have delved into my own appreciation for objetsde luxe that I have admired over the years – be it a love of fashion from the world’s top Parisian and Italian fashion maisons and their ’90s muses, or the care that goes into sari and Indian textile collections in my own family. Growing up on four continents, as the daughter of a former Indian Ambassador, I’ve seen a remarkable array of historic places and met a myriad people. My aim is to bring my world view into this website, a curation of what I find particularly stunning, unique, and newsworthy.

It’s an exciting time for brands all over the world. With change comes opportunity. With the global ‘reset’ and uncertainty on many fronts, there is a chance to write a new script. Let’s be those pioneers.

A bit about me:
A luxury and fashion journalist with 25 years of experience in publishing and magazine journalism, I have edited some of India’s top fashion and luxury magazines. I got my BA in Comparative Literature from UC Berkeley, and went on to receive my Master’s in English and French from the University of Strasbourg, France. I have also studied German and Film. I live in Gurugram, India, and look forward to once again exploring our world with a new-found freedom.

Priya Kumari Rana

Founder and Editor

Contact Us

Mail us @