The iconic coat’s enduring autumnal appeal.
Après-sun attitude: designer beach towels hang out in style.
The crocodile brand with roots embedded deep in the sport of tennis has invented another first: a hybrid tennis racquet, the LT12, made from a combination of wood and graphite.
There is nothing quite like a home-cooked meal, and table decor is a noteworthy detail to a well-executed gathering.
The signature Hudson’s Bay stripes have a long history as a Canadian symbol since their inauguration on the Bay’s point blankets in 1780.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: “I’m feeling a bit tipsy,” says Felipe Oliveira Baptista, the heralded new guy at Lacoste. This tipsy feeling is not from downing too many celebratory toasts. (At least, not yet—it’s only 2:45 p.m.) Baptista has just debuted his first collection as creative director for the storied label, and he’s high on pure adrenaline.
Moody lighting lends a bad-boy vibe to our favourite clean-cut styles from the men’s spring/summer collections.
Over 15 years we have met some of the fashion industry’s biggest names, discovering what inspires them and uncovering the depths of imagination that spur their collections.
HOLIDAY WISH LIST: In celebration of its 80th birthday this year, Lacoste commissioned British art director and graphic designer Peter Saville to reimagine the classic L.12.12 polo for its Holiday Collector series.