Supreme/LACOSTE, the capsule N ° 2 has been unveiled

After so much noise on the web, Supreme has unveiled the second capsule with Lacoste: Supreme/LACOSTE. Velvet is the must-have of this SS2018, trusting in not too hot weather

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The Supreme x Lacoste Part II capsule collection that had been on the web for the last few days has been unveiled. Compared to chapter N ° 1, it differs in all, even in the denomination that becomes Supreme/LACOSTE. It was enough that some well-informed facts such as @onusofficial and @dropsbyjay launched on Instagram the green crocodile with the high tail between the red rectangles of Supreme to start the hypothesis: there are those who imagined a print on a red base with the two logos placed side by side and repeated like a mantra, who instead simply saw the French logo quietly lying on the red rectangle of Supreme. All contradicted!

The new Supreme/LACOSTE logos
The logo of the second Supreme/LACOSTE capsule collection is a maxi oval with a gold-white border with the iconic crocodile in its original version. Outside the oval the two logos in capital character and font sticks always in gold.

This new symbol of transoceanic collaboration, however, is not found on the whole capsule, but only on some pieces as in the three versions of the Varsity jacket (black, blue/green, pink/white), in the 5 velvet polo shirts (black, green oil, antique rose, orange and white) in the 7 hooded sweatshirts, in the 7 shorts, and in the two accessories: the baby carrier and the shoulder strap. In the traditional sweatshirt, instead, the classic Lacoste label appears with the Supreme capital logo always in character sticks and the words “Lacoste Sportif Paris Since 1933“. In the rest of the collection the two Supreme and Lacoste logos are unpaired: Lacoste always in the form of a label, Supreme in its original version, but in oversized dimensions. Thursday 19 April remains confirmed as the distribution date (in-store) of the Supreme/LACOSTE capsule collection in NY, Brooklyn, LA, London and Paris.

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