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Ralph Lauren Makes Us Want to Be Olympians

Ralph Lauren Makes Us Want to Be Olympians

When Team USA's athletes step foot in Sochi, Russia, for the 2014 Winter Olympics, they'll be wearing uniforms comprising American-made pieces from designer Ralph Lauren.

The classic American brand, which has a longstanding relationship with Team USA, revealed the opening-ceremony uniforms on this morning's episode of the Today show. The uniform features a knit patchwork cardigan highlighted with handcrafted details and emblazoned with stars and spirited graphics. The complete looks — including cream turtleneck sweaters, white fleece athletic pants, black leather boots, and a cotton belt — are sure to make a splash when they enter the stadium.

"It is a privilege to be a part of dressing Team USA during the Sochi Games," says David Lauren, Ralph Lauren's executive vice president of advertising, marketing, and corporate communications. "It's a proud moment for us to watch these premier athletes as they walk out representing our nation on a global stage in front of billions of people worldwide."

The looks join the earlier-unveiled closing-ceremony uniforms (seen them below on skier Hannah Kearney and figure skater Evan Lysacek), which include a navy peacoat with a bright red stripe, a Nordic-inspired knitted sweater, and hard-wearing black boots — all of which were created on US soil.

In addition to these pieces, Ralph Lauren will sell a collection of villagewear (what the athletes will wear when they're not competing) to non-Olympians starting Nov. 15. The Games don't start until Feb. 7, but for now, here's a look at how the American team will dress in Sochi.

Photo courtesy of Ralph Lauren

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