Lacoste Launches 12 Custom Polo Shirt Kits for Its 80th Birthday

This year Lacoste celebrates its 80th birthday, and to mark this anniversary legendary brand launches of 12 Limited Edition Custom Polo Kits. With the launch of a new polo each month, it makes 2013 a whole year of celebrations for Lacoste. On this way, Lacoste’s fans can customise the brand’s famous polo shirts.

Lacoste Limited Edition 80 Custom Polo Kits
Lacoste Limited Edition 80 Custom Polo Kits

Each polo comes with a kit to give you the opportunity to put your own seal on the design in the colours,embroidery, flocking or graffiti that you want!

The kits, which include a polo with the design’s contours, paint, spray cans, foil, brushes, etc., will be available on the L-80-Store, accessible via the brand’s Facebook page, where you can already buy the first kit, which pays homage to tennis.

Those, who don’t want to buy a customizable polo, can download wallpapers with the designs from the Lacoste Limited Edition 80 Custom Polo Kits to enjoy the patterns on the screens of their PCs, laptops, tablets or smartphones.

Each kit in the series is available in a limited edition of 12 and costs €300 ($400).

Lacoste Limited Edition 80 Custom Polo Kits
Lacoste celebrates 80 anniversary with 12 custom polo shirt kits
Lacoste Limited Edition 80 Custom Polo Kits
Be 1 of 12 Lacoste fans worldwide to own Lacoste’s first Limited Edition 80 Custom Polo Kit

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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