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Lacoste has launched a new line for Winter 2019 called “Croco Magic” It features a new logo made entirely of smaller versions of the logo as shown below:
The line features numerous shirt types, as well as some sweatshirts with Lacoste spelled out entirely in crocodiles:
Details on the new line can be found on the Lacoste Croco-Magic page.
Lacoste is continuing its recent practice of teaming up with other fashion brands on unique products. According to reports Lacoste is teaming up with five different outerwear makers to produce jackets for their upcoming Fall line. Different jackets have been contributed by Tailor Toyo, Pyrenex, Gloverall, K-Way, and Alpha Industries. You can read more details at High Snobiety
In a recent story, Footwear News reports on the efforts of Adidas, K-Swiss and Lacoste to prepare special retail events and products for the upcoming US Open, which will be held Aug. 26 to Sept. 8 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens. On Lacoste, specifically, they report:
Iconic tennis brand Lacoste scored a big win two years ago, when it signed Novak Djokovic as its apparel ambassador. The No. 1-ranked athlete continues to dominate on the circuit and is heading into the U.S. Open with two Grand Slam titles under his belt for this year alone (Wimbledon and the Australian Open).
At the matches in Queens, Djokovic will wear a vivid-blue Lacoste polo with black and white details, paired with black shorts.
For coverage of the other brands, see the original story.
Retail Gazette reports that:
Last week the premium sportswear retailer unveiled a collaboration with the Save the Species charity, which saw its iconic crocodile logos replaced with selected endangered species as part of International Day for Biological Diversity.
All proceeds collected by the UK flagship store and eight other international stores will go towards the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) charity.
The collaboration offers 10 limited-edition polo shirts, representing the number of endangered animals known to remain in the wild.
To celebrate the collaboration, Lacoste transformed its Covent Garden store by replacing the crocodile with the Yemeni Mouse-Tailed Bat.