Like so many other French people who, during the pandemic, adopted alternative modes of transport to get around or get to work, Louise Trotter, Lacoste creative director, has been biking every day to her office.
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Born of this habit, her Spring/Summer 2022 collection was, in her words, the “a new uniform for new sports clans and families”, embracing all sorts of sports cultures, and whose inspirations came from “what I’ve seen”, borrowing from people she passed on the street.
Thus, her new Spring/Summer offers reflected the new desire to get out and move again, with neoprene shorts and tank tops, translating the sporting heritage of Lacoste for the new generation, breathable mesh polo shirts and t-shirts, technical anoraks with a daring cut as well as loose knits featuring a huge crocodile on the chest from which dangled long strings of colored yarn. Details and accessories that accessorized so many looks including ropes and wide straps inherited certainly from climbing or mountain sports.
The palette was strongly refreshing, with pastel colors and those inspired by patisserie.
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