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atmos x Lacoste ‘Tricolor’ Polo Shirts

Lifestyle / Fashion : HighSnobietY: Clothing

Matching their upcoming footwear collaboration on the Thurman Mid, Japanese retailer atmos and Lacoste have also produced two polo shirts. Next to featuring an oversized Lacoste crocodile logo with red accent, the tricolor branding ...

Lacoste Book by Assouline

Lifestyle / Fashion : HighSnobietY: Clothing

Since the birth of the iconic alligator – the world’s first clothing logo and the symbol of its French tennis-great namesake – in 1933, Lacoste has been nearly synonymous with sport. When champion René Lacoste put his fa­vored tenni...

Lacoste x Peanuts Polo Collection

Lifestyle / Fashion : HighSnobietY: Clothing

Charlie Brown, Linus, Snoopy and Woodstock meet Lacoste in celebration of Peanuts’ 60th Anniversary. The iconic Lacoste crocodile logo is reworked, incorporating the whole Peanuts gang into a limited range of polo shirts. Lacoste x ...

Lacoste Collector No.8 “Crazy Crocodiles” by Peter Saville for Holiday 2013

Fashion / Men's Fashion : Selectism

Lacoste employ the creative talents of Peter Saville for their 80th anniversary Holiday 2013 Collector series, No.8. Saville reinvents the iconic L.12.12 polo shirt by experimenting with the classic crocodile logo, turning it into s...

Lacoste Is Reinventing Itself by Sprinkling Alligator Logos on Wait Staff Uniforms and Food Trucks

Lifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Lacoste's new ad campaign. Lacoste spent over $7.5 million in advertising in 2010, the same year that its then-designer, Christophe Lemaire, jumped ship for Hermès. The label is currently trying to attract younger, hipper consumers ...


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