One interview is never enough when it come to Oprah Winfrey.
The former talk-show host, famously visited Ralph Lauren's Colorado estate to discuss the typicially-private designer's youth and fashion business during the final weeks of her long-running daytime show, and now, she's set to continue their conversation in front of a sold-out audience.
The pair will sit down Monday night in front of a packed theater at Lincoln Center in NYC to discuss Lauren's life, career and commitment to cancer causes.
Proceeds from the ticketed event will go towards the designer's cancer care center in East Harlem, as well as Lincoln Center. NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg also declared Monday The Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention Day.
Winfrey was expected to don a custom-made Lauren gown for the event. Two-time Tony Award-winning producer Darren Bagert will produce the evening.