French retailer Lacoste is advocating for animal welfare through its clothes; but not by refraining from fur usage.
While high end brands such as Gucci and Michael Kors are joining the fur-free wagon this year, Lacoste has decided to raise awareness for endangered species, by temporarily replacing its iconic crocodile logo on their signature polos with images of 10 endangered species. This is the first time the prominent label is replacing its logo with other animals.
The crocodile is leaving its iconic spot to 10 threatened species through a partnership with the International Union for Conservation of Nature. The number of polos produced for each series corresponds to the remaining population sizes in the wild. By buying one of the 1775 polos, you participate in helping IUCN and Lacoste in the fight for wildlife conservation worldwide. Available only in some European countries and in the US - Link in bio. #LacosteSaveOurSpecies
Through a partnership with the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the clothing company released 1775 polos in which the number of shirts of each animal logo corresponds to the actual population of that animal. The collection, which is part of the "Save Our Species", campaign was sold out during Paris Fashion Week on March 1.
Proceeds went to the international organization, who continuously works to counter the threat of extinction and protect nature.
By: Franz Tabora