Lacoste swaps its crocodile for logos of endangered species

I love animals, so I’m not going to mock their effort. But I really would love to see a Lacoste shirt with a picture of a virtue-signalling leftist dope on the chest, indicating that they are an endangered feces species.


French fashion brand Lacoste on Wednesday swapped the crocodile logo on its shirts for the first time in its history for 10 of the most endangered species on the planet.

The green Lacoste crocodile — one of the world’s best-known logos — was replaced by the Sumatran tiger, the Javan rhino and the Cao Vit gibbon on the chest of its classic white polo shirts in a limited edition charity tie-in with the Save Our Species conservation group.

All but a handful were sold out within hours of going on sale for 150 euros ($183) immediately after the brand’s Paris fashion week show.


ht/ fdr in hell

13 Comments on Lacoste swaps its crocodile for logos of endangered species

  1. Bad Brad, you hit on an idea. I’d buy nice polos with a tiny AR as a logo for the entire family for Christmas and their birthdays.

    They need to be sold though for less than $50.

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