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Lacoste was born with a simple action. In 1933, tennis champion Rene Lacoste cut the sleeves off his shirt to gain ease of movement on the court. The polo came into being, the crocodile too. Behind the simplicity of the gesture is innovation. Ever since, Lacoste reinvents itself with easy collection. Between technical performance, minimal style and french elegance: silhouettes in perfect balance.
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