Lacoste brand has released a collection of polo with animal logos

   





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Together with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and with the support of the Save Our Species Foundation, the Lacoste brand launched a limited line of classic polos with logos of animals whose species are endangered. The brand presented a collection of white polos, in which, instead of a green crocodile, there are endangered animals.

 

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which is a reference organization in the field of wildlife conservation, seeks through the SOS program to help create the world's largest fund for the conservation of rare animal species, - says Lacoste. Funds from sales will transfer IUCN to an endangered species conservation program.


The ten designs represent different endangered species: these are the Philippine dragonfly, flat-stem, antelope Mendese, the northern wopat, and 7 more animals. There are exactly as many T-shirts released as there are individuals left on the planet: 589 with the image of the Spanish lynx, and only 50 with dragonfly.


Recall that this year Lacoste released a collection with drawings by Keith Haring.