Lacoste L!VE x JonOne 2015 Fall/Winter Capsule Collection

Visually striking graphics from the iconic artist.

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Lacoste L!VE collaborates with iconic artist JonOne on a series of tees, polos, sweaters and hoodies, all featuring visually striking graphics rendered in his hallmark aesthetic. Growing up as a burgeoning artist in New York, JonOne’s abstract style was quickly recognized for its movement, colors and fluidity inspired by the city’s energy. His art translates into a range of graphics that vary from a graffiti-style insignia design to an allover print throughout the polo. You can shop the collection now at Lacoste online and in-store. Check out the Lacoste L!VE x JonOne collaboration film below.

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