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Lacoste’s new holiday collector’s series of polos will hit stores on Nov. 1.

Lacoste’s 7000 polo

Lacoste’s $7,000 polo.

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Lacoste’s new holiday collector’s series of polos, created in collaboration with Brazilian industrial designers Fernando and Humberto Campana, will hit stores on Nov. 1. The range includes three different designs for men and women, at prices ranging from $165 to $7,000. A special edition polo retails for $165 and features a logo of eight clustered crocodiles, based on a chair the Campana brothers previously designed. The style will be available at Lacoste boutiques, and the Manhattan unit of Barneys New York, with 20,000 pieces available globally. Another design, which retails for $1,900 for women’s and $2,900 for men’s, featuring dozens of crocodiles covering the shirts, will come in a run of only 250 shirts, and be available only at the Moss stores in New York and Los Angeles. Moss is also the sole retailer for a super-limited edition design, with only 24 pieces available worldwide, made entirely from crocodile logos hand-sewn in a pattern resembling lace and retailing for $5,000 for women’s and $7,000 for men’s. This is the fourth year of Lacoste’s holiday collector’s series, with previous collaborators including Tom Dixon, Michael Young and Michael Stipe.

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