Snow Beach

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 With its graphic compositions, oversized logos, and bright color blocking, Ralph Lauren’s Snow Beach Collection hit all the fashion notes of the early 90’s. It wasn’t, however, until 1994 when Wu-Tang’s Raekwon wore the pullover in their “Can It All Be So Simple” video that it gained notoriety in the hip hop world, quickly propelling the sweater from branded product to highly coveted, collector’s item status.  To celebrate Snow Beach’s 25th anniversary, the team at Ralph Lauren has both reissued and reimagined the collection’s pieces, in the signature designs and colors and in graphic black and white. Consisting of the original ten styles from the 1993 release, the Color capsule includes: the iconic pullover, vests, caps, and bucket hats.

With its graphic compositions, oversized logos, and bright color blocking, Ralph Lauren’s Snow Beach Collection hit all the fashion notes of the early 90’s. It wasn’t, however, until 1994 when Wu-Tang’s Raekwon wore the pullover in their “Can It All Be So Simple” video that it gained notoriety in the hip hop world, quickly propelling the sweater from branded product to highly coveted, collector’s item status.

To celebrate Snow Beach’s 25th anniversary, the team at Ralph Lauren has both reissued and reimagined the collection’s pieces, in the signature designs and colors and in graphic black and white. Consisting of the original ten styles from the 1993 release, the Color capsule includes: the iconic pullover, vests, caps, and bucket hats.

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 The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft arrived at Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko in 2014. During its two years in varying orbits around the comet, which is about 4km on its longest side, Rosetta captured some unprecedented imagery of these Solar System interlopers.   The bright dots travelling from the top of the frame to the bottom, which look something like snow, are in fact background stars.

The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft arrived at Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko in 2014. During its two years in varying orbits around the comet, which is about 4km on its longest side, Rosetta captured some unprecedented imagery of these Solar System interlopers. 

The bright dots travelling from the top of the frame to the bottom, which look something like snow, are in fact background stars.