Supreme and Lacoste, two brands that seem to have very little in common, have announced their third collaboration in a row for the FW 2019.
No one has any doubts that Supreme is the streetwear brand par excellence. But not everyone knows instead that Lacoste, a historic brand of French origin, is one of the brands that has been able to innovate and reinvent itself over the years, following the most modern stylistic canons of fashion, be it streetwear or contemporary luxury. They did it thanks to a brand strategy that included collaborations with the brands and the most popular characters of the current time (Tyler, The Creator to name one, or the homage to Keith Haring).
This new line presents a selection of those essential garments for fall/winter, such as bomber jackets, wool pullovers, cardigans and sweatshirts, piquet trousers and hats and much more, including the iconic Polo. Everything is available in a range of alternating colors, while maintaining the sporty and refined heritage of Lacoste: with its simple and relaxed lines, the garments will be made more “urban” thanks to details like the historical logo of the Crocodile embroidered not only on the chest, or with faux fur decorations, oversized sizes and sporty suits.
The Supreme x Lacoste FW19 collection is available online from today or in the stores of New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and from September 28th also Tokyo.
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