With his third pre-collection for Lacoste, Felipe Oliveira Baptista continued to build on the brand’s sports heritage. From sea to ski, he worked nautical stripes into ultragraphic looks, pairing many with parkas, Windbreakers and peacoats. Retro ski elements such as patterned or fitted turtlenecks were worn with padded vests and jackets. A modern interpretation of outerwear is Oliveira Baptista’s forte, and this time his coats and zipped jackets again featured a clean, streamlined aesthetic.

As for the bags, a new version of the Cathy tote (named after Catherine Lacoste, founder René Lacoste’s daughter who won the U.S. Open golf tournament in 1967) was done in navy grained leather and shaped around a classic golf bag.

With his third pre-collection for Lacoste, Felipe Oliveira Baptista continued to build on the brand’s sports heritage. From sea to ski, he worked nautical stripes into ultragraphic looks, pairing many with parkas, Windbreakers and peacoats. Retro ski elements such as patterned or fitted turtlenecks were worn with padded vests and jackets. A modern interpretation of outerwear is Oliveira Baptista’s forte, and this time his coats and zipped jackets again featured a clean, streamlined aesthetic.


As for the bags, a new version of the Cathy tote (named after Catherine Lacoste, founder René Lacoste’s daughter who won the U.S. Open golf tournament in 1967) was done in navy grained leather and shaped around a classic golf bag.

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