Novak Djokovic And Other Lacoste Tennis Stars Thank COVID-19 Workers

Novak Djokovic And two other Lacoste tennis stars thanked COVID-19 workers in an Instagram post that announced that all the revenue from a new polo shirt called the “Merci Polo” would be donated to partners fighting COVID-19 including the Red Cross and Red Crescent. The “Merci Polo” has a red heart embroidered around the Lacoste Logo, and can be bought starting on June 1, 2020. See the Instagram post below:

 

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Belgian Rapper Romeo Elvis Unveils Lacoste Collaboration on Instagram

The Lacoste obsessed, Belgian rapper Romeo Elvis has unveiled his new collaboration with Lacoste on Instagram.

You can read more coverage of the announcement on mcetv.fr.

Lacoste Teaming Up With Multiple Outerwear Makers For Fall 2019 Line

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

Lacoste Teams Up Again With Japanese Fashion Brand BEAMS

After a successful collaboration during the Summer of 2018, Lacoste has again joined with the Japanese fashion brand BEAMS for a new Fall/Winter 2018 collection. The new collection is thematically similar to the previous collection, combining classic Lacoste with Beam’s more “street aware” approach.

Lacoste Beams

Pieces include golf-inspired sweatshirts and caps, as well as variations on Lacoste’s signature polo shirt. The full collection is available from BEAMS online.

Lacoste collaborates with French rap star Moha La Squale

Moha La Squale in LacosteVogue France has a sneak peak at Lacoste‘s latest collaboration aimed at bringing a more “street aware” style to Lacoste.  As Vogue notes:

Since their collaboration with Supreme in March 2017, which featured 90s revival style pieces, French fashion house Lacoste has been leaning more toward streetwear-inspired designs. Such an intention has been explicitly demonstrated through their latest collaboration with 23-year-old French rapper Moha La Squale, who has just released his first album titled “Bendero”. The collection produces designs inspired by La Squale’s own personal style, and the rapper announced both his involvement with and admiration for the French fashion house in a video posted via his Instagram. The collection will be available for purchase on October 17, the same date as Moha La Squale’s next big gig at Paris’ Olympia.

Read more at Vogue France.