Timeless sportswear imprint Lacoste culls from its archive’s “Lively White” motifs for the Lacoste 1951 collection. The archetypal color is undisputed in Lacoste’s design history. In juxtaposition with the grass, clay and hard-court tones, Lacoste produced only white silhouettes up till 1951. With the single color at the center of the brand’s origins, Lacoste’s 1951 collection showcases a selection of fresh, clean-cut profiles with plenty of heritage. Introducing the Ardeur, Dot, Half Court and Broadwick, the collection sees a blend of nylon mesh and premium leather echoing the ’80s, with features like the PU sole and rubber cup sole unit offering support and comfort. Adapting the vintage range with modern appeal, Lacoste presents another sleek package sincere to its tennis blueprint.