7 January 2010, 03:52pm
Lacoste unveils an exclusive collaboration with drum and bass label Deep Soul Music (DSM) on the 16th January 2010.Download this press release
8 January 2010, 12:28pm
Lacoste launches Married to the Mob lace hi-tops.Download this press release
5 February 2010, 12:34pm
Strategic Trend line gets back to basics.Download this press release
28 January 2010, 12:34pm
Vintage Tennis racquets inspire Strategic Trend for SpringDownload this press release
19 March 2012, 05:16pm
To celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dragon, LACOSTE footwear has been working with the New Project Centre (NPC) in Shanghai and Beijing and founders, VJ Nic Li and Wilber Pan, to create an exclusive collection that is as sharply contemporary as it is steeped in eastern tradition. .
By offering up its iconic Broadwick trainer for this striking reimagining, LACOSTE has transformed an already popular style in to a shimmering, street-smart, creation. .
Dragon imagery and impeccable attention to detail permeate every stitch of these fabulous sports hybrids, from dazzling toe to gilded heel. .
Just 500 precious pairs of these shoes will be made in Red, Gold and Silver: the traditional colours of luck and life. .
Shining scale leathers bring the dragon and crocodile textures together while a double toothed tongue, lustre PVC ‘tail’ and dragons on the in-sock, outsole and side profile envelope the lucky wearer in bold imagery. .
Dual branding at the heel and lace holder joins these iconic brands together and adds the finishing touches to these very desirable lux-sport styles. .
‘The cutting-edge, street-style that NPC are
famous for has influenced our designs as much as the Dragon iconography. We
have great respect for the Dragon image and knew this was a great fit with
LACOSTE’s younger style direction.’
Mark Godwin – Product Director L!VE .
Don’t miss the release on March 26th of the dynamic ‘Dragon is coming…’ video on www.24teeth.com to get a real feel for these stunning designs. .Download this press release
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