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Lacoste created 10 polo shirts to highlight 10 threatened species.
The second run of Lacoste's Save Our Species has just been unveiled. For this year's edition, the French brand's iconic crocodile is giving up its spot again to bring awareness to some of the most threatened species in the world. The limited-edition run of polo ...
Drop by the universe of stores under SSI, the luxury retailer that celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Now is the perfect time to talk about shopping.As soon as the spooky day candy turns into a memory and an overdose of fairy lights invades your eyeballs, a nagging feeling begins to infest your brain, reminding you to really start doing ...
Re-editions of the iconic polo shirt plus a new Paris Polo style are now available.
What hasn't been said about the Lacoste polo shirt?That it is the standby for sport-inspired elegance or, really, what you call, loafing-around-the-mall style?That it lends some sort of magic, transforming you, its wearer, into a cool Parisian person, and that is why ...
Besides the polo shirt, the brand's founder René Lacoste also invented the tennis ball machine and steel tennis racket.
One of the great preppy brands of all-time, Lacoste is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year with a series of new releases, including a capsule collection that replaced its traditional crocodile with icons of endangered species, customizable polo shirts, a collaboration with Supreme, and an anniversary ...
The campaign, titled “Save Our Species,” hopes to bring attention to the global state of biodiversity and animal rights.
For the first time in Lacoste’s history, the iconic crocodile is leaving its spot and making way for endangered species.Lacoste has partnered with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to bring a collection of pique polos featuring 10 threatened animals. ...
There are more than 20 options for the crocodile logo.
The Lacoste crocodile is about to get extra-colorful.The brand that's been the benchmark for polos since French tennis star René Lacoste began marketing his piqué cotton shirts in 1933 is launching a customization service online today and in boutiques this week.The "My ...