Mr. Lauren Moves Off Bleeker

It seems as though Ralph Lauren has packed up his Polos on Bleeker Street and moved on, according to Racked.com. The site is reporting that the two Ralph Lauren boutiques on New York City's Bleeker Street have been rushed empty and shut down.

Aside from a bare interior and a few dismantled signs, the only thing left at the site is new signage pointing shoppers to the Prince Street location. We hear from Racked that a company rep has confirmed that a Ralph Lauren brand will occupy the abandoned space.

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Photo courtesy of Racked.com.

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