Lacoste Live Studio has teamed up with Agi & Sam, the new mavens of menswear, for a capsule collection that’s made for a contemporary lifestyle. Inspired as much by Russian modernism as the Lacoste sporting DNA, these highly adaptable pieces shift easily from office to evening without breaking stride. Stylish with a good sense of humour, these are clothes for those that aren’t afraid to turn heads. See more at http://www.lacoste.com/gb/lemagazine-editors-agi-and-sam.html
French designer Jean-Paul Goude unveiled a new unique Lacoste crocodile logo for his collaboration with Lacoste. “It was an invitation, a real carte blanche. It was Jean-Paul Goude who was to express his vision, to make decisions, [and] give his interpretation of the crocodile,” wrote creative director Felipe Oliveira Baptista on Instagram, about the collection and logo.
A story in the Star entitled Jonathan Adler: Lacoste fan and designer, features an interview with Jonathan Adler about his new line for Lacoste.
JONATHAN Adler is all huge smiles and sparkling eyes as he strolls in for our interview. The American home furnishings and interior designer is undeniably preppy and boyishly handsome in a Lacoste polo shirt, upturned jeans and sneakers.
Despite a long flight from the United States and a whirlwind few days of events and interviews in Tokyo, Japan, Adler is warm and friendly, even asking enthusiastically about Malaysia. Really, he is a walking poster boy for his own design aesthetic, a vivacious, contemporary yet timeless style he dubs “happy chic”, that incorporates vibrant colours, funky motifs and a decidedly quirky sensibility.
The interview is full of details about Adler’s new collection, and his enthusiasm for Lacoste.