Lacoste releases L.12.12 inspired footwear collection
Paying homage to its classic polo shirt, French clothing label Lacoste has released a footwear collection inspired by the L.12.12.
The Lacoste L.12.12 polo shirt, created by brand founder and tennis player Rene Lacoste in 1933, is instantly recognisable with its crocodile logo, two-button placket and clean sporting lines.
The pique cotton fabric of the polo also claims to have better ventilation and the ability to enhance movement and improve performance while looking contemporary.
These aspects have been translated into the shoe collection. The shoes sport a simple and clean design with details that draw from the polo, including an extra soft premium leather upper for enhanced movement. A moulded insole provides added comfort and breathability.
The Lacoste L.12.12 footwear collection ($199) comes in five colours including white, black, grey, green and red. The shoes are available at Lacoste Wisma Atria and selected Lacoste boutiques.
Etude House releases multi-colour sticks for eyes, cheeks and lips
Want a make-up product that rolls a lip, cheek and eye colour all into one convenient applicator?
Korean label Etude House has released its Play 101 Stick Collection; consisting of six sheer multi-colour shades that work on the eyes, cheeks and lips ($24). Certain shades can also be used as highlighters.
The collection also consists of four foundation shades ($24) and a contouring duo stick which has a highlighter colour on one end and a shading colour on the other ($24).
The collection is packaged in an easy to use and crayon-like stick. The creamy texture of the make-up also makes it easy to blend on the skin.
The Play 101 Stick Collection is available at Etude House outlets island-wide.