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Lacoste SS 13 LuxuriousPROTOTYPE NYFW Review & Photos: Lacoste Spring/Summer 2013

Lacoste Spring/Summer 2012 Collection ranges from monochromatic solids to heavily patterned pieces. As the show progress, I noticed that more patterns were introduced into the mix. This was not your typical Lacoste, you know, the polo shirts and shorts. This was slightly avant garde and modern. One of the most interesting outfits was this Aztec print shorts, shirt and jacket. All of the pieces, in the same print. Usually I would say “No Way”, however, it worked. The pattern seemed to flow seamlessly on the model.

Lacoste is a brand that can give you something very classic, such as its polos and chinos, as well as something very futuristic and edgy. The Spring/Summer 2013 collection definitely proves Lacoste versatility.


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