#FlashbackFriday: Team USA’s Olympic Style

The 22nd Winter Olympic Games officially kicked off today in Sochi, Russia. And while we’re all for the pageantry and patriotism of the opening ceremony, you can’t blame us for honing in on what’s really important: what everyone was wearing. For the fourth consecutive games, iconic designer Ralph Lauren outfitted the athletes in full American regalia, courtesy of patchwork sweaters stamped with stars, stripes, and the Olympic rings. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they’re certainly generating some serious buzz — after all, Team USA has a long history of making a statement in the Parade of Nations. Check out some of the most memorable uniforms of the past, and snap up a few winning looks for yourself in our gold-medal sale, starting tomorrow at noon ET.

2010 Winter Games in Vancouver | Uniforms designed by Ralph Lauren

2006 Winter Games in Turin, Italy | Uniforms designed by Roots


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Grammy’s Style 2014: Music’s Best Dressed Stars

Things to expect from music’s biggest night: Major performances, major buzz, and major glamour on the red carpet. And since the Grammys is no place for basic black — unless we’re talking Madonna’s seriously luxe tuxedo, picked out by her dapper date, 8-year-old son David — A-listers served up serious sparkle and a sexy dose of décolletage. Check out our best-dressed favorites below!