The project will result in five jackets, parkas, and overcoats designed with unique characteristics to represent each brand’s personality. Pyrenex designs a puffy down jacket in night blue and Bismarck red, featuring a series of contrasting logotype-inscribed stripes with both its logo and Lacoste’s motif.
Gloverall delivers a mid-length peacoat in melton wool, while Alpha Industries displays its military heritage with a new-style flight jacket with a faux fur lined hood. K-Way goes more technical with vibrant waterproof raincoats with breathable materials. Lastly, Tailor Toyo rolls out an embroidered souvenir jacket with a Japanese-style rework of the Lacoste crocodile logo.
The FW19 outerwear collaboration will be available as early as October 2nd 2019 on Lacoste.com and in physical stores. Swipe through the gallery above to see each outerwear piece.
On this week’s episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by Hussein Suleiman and Abderr Trabsini, co-founders of Amsterdam-based fashion brand Daily Paper. The partners blend their African and Dutch cultures to create heritage-infused streetwear pieces grounded in contemporary design. Listen below.