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Ralph Lauren Lands on Abbey Road

The label showed a selection of spring looks Wednesday night at The Beatles' former recording studio.

Ralph Lauren models’ on the Abbey Road crossing.

ON THE ROAD: Ralph Lauren took over Abbey Road Studios in London on Wednesday night for a show of looks from the label’s spring 2014 collection. It took place in Studio Two, where artists such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Cliff Richard have all recorded albums. Tallulah Harlech and Amber LeBon were among guests at the small presentation that featured live music from Zeno and the Stoics. Ralph Lauren chose Abbey Road because of the inspiration behind the spring collection, which nods “to the bold spirit and playfulness of swinging London in the late Sixties,” according to the designer.

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