DNCE recently appeared on The Today Show to perform their new song, Body Moves. Putting on quite the show, the whole band embraced a black & white aesthetic. DNCE frontman Joe Jonas stole a style note from his brother Nick and wore a look from Dior Homme. The Cake by the Ocean singer wore a… [Read More]
Lacoste - French Fashion Brand
Lacoste is a French fashion brand, which was founded by René Lacoste and André Gillier in 1933. The label is known for its crocodile logo, which is derived from René Lacoste. Noting his intensity on the court, the tennis player was nicknamed the Crocodile by his fans. While Lacoste originally became known for its white polo shirt, the company also produces footwear, perfume, eyewear, leather goods, and ready to wear.
Approaching its May issue, GQ México creates a monochromatic brand story. The magazine hones in on military inspired fashions from Lacoste’s spring-summer 2016 collection. Model Parker Gregory stars in an editorial, connecting with photographer Andrés Oyuela. Sporting strong looks designed by Felipe Oliveira Baptista, Parker is styled by Fernando Carrillo. Parker’s wardrobe includes army green… [Read More]
When it comes to outerwear, it’s game on for Lacoste Live’s fall-winter 2016 collection. The French brand releases its new lookbook, which stars models Alexander Beck and Sang Woo Kim. The pair embrace a casual ease as they tackle a wardrobe of jackets and coats for the upcoming season. Accented with colorblocked sweaters, denim shirting… [Read More]
Lacoste Sport embraces an active spirit as the French label tackles golf, tennis, performance and lifestyle aesthetics for its fall-winter 2016 men’s collection. The casual stance on fashion is presented with a new lookbook featuring British model Matthew Holt. Posing against a neutral hued setting, Matthew connects with Lacoste’s sporty attitude, adopting its branded sweatshirts… [Read More]
Lacoste looks back to its heritage, in particular its 1960s French ski team uniforms for the starting inspiration of its fall-winter 2016 men’s collection. Looking to create a retro outing fused with nostalgia, but modern at the same time, Lacoste streamlines contemporary proportions.