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Lacoste collaborates with National Geographic

New capsule collection aims to celebrate the natural world with animal-inspired designs and prints.

Lacoste has joined forces with National Geographic on a new capsule collection inspired by the natural world.

The line combines classic silhouettes with designs and prints inspired by animals, reported Fashion United.

Pieces include jackets, tops, t-shirts, sweaters, sunglasses, trainers, bags and underwear, with Lacoste using only certified sustainable and recycled materials including recycled polyester, organic cotton and natural rubber.

When working on the collection, Lacoste went through the photo archive of National Geographic Fellow, Joel Sartore, to highlight four key animals: the grévy’s zebra, the green and black poison dart frog, the halloween pennant dragonfly and the Jaguar.

The patterns and forms of all four animals are being used throughout the collection.

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