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Lacoste and Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc launch capsule collection

7 May 2024

By Tricia Oliviera

Lacoste and the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, the legendary establishment of the French Riviera, unveil an exclusive capsule collection for the summer season. 

The coming together of both French houses underscores each other's elegance, French savoir-faire, and strong connection to tennis. It reflects the unique experience of the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc and the iconic history of its 5 clay tennis courts created in 1923, as well as the tennis codes of the brand with the crocodile emblem inherited from its founder René Lacoste.

The capsule collection embodies both on and off-court styles, translating this lifestyle between tradition and modernity, elegance and conviviality, style and performance.

Two lines are to be discovered within the collection:

  • «Tennis Performance»: clothing designed for the game, allowing breathability and freedom of movement
  • An «off-court» wardrobe reflecting the elegance of both Houses.

Among the standout pieces of the capsule collection are a series of iconic polo shirts, a pleated skirt, or even a hooded jacket, all adorned with the logos of the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc and the Crocodile. Accessories such as caps and visors will also be available.

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