Lacoste's collection for Fall 2013 supplied clothing perfect for the blizzard we just endured. While we love the voluminous outerwear designer Felipe Oliveira Baptista sent out — some were even printed with icebergs — the most notable aspect of the collection was his cool use of colorblocking. For example, long coats featured geometric blocks of mostly subdued greens, blues, blacks, which were then paired against one very bright pop of orange. It was a streamlined revival of the '80s colorblock trend, albeit refreshed with a modern twist. Fitting then that the Lacoste Fall '13 show notes described this lineup as "tomorrow's vision of yesterday," and there's no better way to understand this mood than through its best colorblocked pieces. Keep clicking to see them now.
Feb 9 2013 - 9:24am