See Inside Ralph Lauren’s Hospitality Suite at the U.S. Open 🎾

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Photo credit: Courtesy of Ralph Lauren
Photo credit: Courtesy of Ralph Lauren


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They say that some people dress the way they live, and for fashion designer Ralph Lauren that certainly rings true. After 17 years as the official outfitter for the U.S. Open, Lauren has unveiled a newly designed, preppy-cool hospitality suite at Arthur Ashe Stadium, completely decked out in Ralph Lauren Home, of course.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Ralph Lauren
Photo credit: Courtesy of Ralph Lauren

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For those in the know, the suite might remind one of Mr. Lauren’s own Fifth Avenue duplex designed by the late Angelo Donghia (we featured it in our October 2020 issue!) with its modern sofa and Art Deco-inspired Hudson St. lounge chair. The woven cocktail table was created especially for the suite and adds a little touch of the Hamptons, while the navy blue and white color palette, along with green artwork, and pillows embroidered with tiny, interlocking tennis rackets, make for a prepster’s dream.

Photo credit: WESTON WELLS
Photo credit: WESTON WELLS

Guests who are invited to enjoy these coveted viewing quarters will be offered a custom cocktail called the “Courtside Spritz,” (a refreshing potion of Grey Goose, champagne, and grapefruit liqueur), to sip on while watching matches.

Not lucky enough to watch Serena Williams’s final Grand Slam tournament from this rarefied perch? Not to worry: you can livestream the action from Ralph Lauren’s Madison Avenue store or sip the custom tennis cocktail at the Polo Bar.

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