Jonathan Adler, who’s been collecting Lacoste polo shirts since he was a child and was selected as the brand’s guest designer this year, has reimagined the iconic polo as part of the company’s Holiday Collector’s Series.
A home furnishings and interior designer known for his whimsical style, Adler took the iconic Lacoste logo and overlaid some of his favorite patterns and colors from his own needlepoint pillows — an obsession he’s had for years.
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