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Intrepid professional shopper Alexandra Jacobs visited the new Polo Ralph Lauren flagship, where she found Ralph's younger label to be more "girls who get coffee" than "ladies who lunch." Specifically, Polo customers are "sassy, express-texting, Gardasil-vaccinated granddaughters of Diane Keaton's Annie Hall," although Annie would probably steer clear of the line's $995 leather leggings and frayed denim miniskirts. [NYT]