Lacoste Tribute 1927 Collection: Glorious Modernised Vintage Sports Sneakers With Street Style & Elegance

The most-heard-of clean chic french sportswear brand with consistent nonstop fashion inspirations season by season could be Lacoste, which is founded by the world tennis champion René Lacoste over Wimbledon, The US Championships to The French Open. His attention to the styles has transferred his part of career into a fashion business, not only constructed this world famous chic tennis sportswear brand with menswear and womenswear different collections and merchandisings, but also maintain the image of René Lacoste, the Crocodile, the champion himself in the history. In Spring/Summer 2012, there’s a special carry-on collection since Autumn/Winter 2011 called the ‘Tribute’ 1927 collection to celebrate the the founder René Lacoste’s glories careers and the classic crocodile styles of original Lacoste.

There are four different styles within the collection to offer different function with sporting elegance. From the images this post supplies above, you can see the Byront Mid & Low, Suzuka, and the new added Castera for 2012. This Tribute collection is classic Lacoste inspired, carefully designed with thoughtful details, in order to celebrate the victories of René’s grand slam. In detail, Byront Low is the shorter version of Byront Mid, which is vintage inspired cup-sole sneakers, constructed with fabrics such as soft leather and velvet. Suzuka offers more low top shape, to provide more street styles, constructed with nylon uppers with suede panels, to bring you more versatile functionalities in styling with other clothes. The last one is the runner style modernised from the retro Lacoste design, to give you more heritage look.

The four different designs are currently available on Lacoste’s official website with mostly half price discounts, so it would be a great opportunity to get these original taste and style of Tribute 1927 collection to style your sports look with more elegance. More images are following:


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