Patriotic polos from Lacoste and Le Coq Sportif help the French Davis Cup team show their true colors in the World Group First-Round tie against Japan.
French player Alizé Lim showed off her capsule collection for Le Coq Sportif, available in four variations and in limited runs via the LCS website starting April 2015. The outfits revolve around a diamond jacquard pattern but also leaves room for a classic LBD.
We never tire of hightops, and this one from Le Coq Sportif is no exception. Originally designed by the French company for Chicago Bulls forward-center Joakim Noah back in May, the Joakim Noah Pro Model switches from an all-red shoe to a Frenchified blue/red/white for the replica version, available in limited runs starting this week. […]
As P&P had reported on Monday, Le Coq Sportif North American CEO Tim McCool will announce a reworked marketing strategy for the brand’s launch in the U.S. Moving out: It’s highly likely that they’ll leave the apparel enclave of the Pacific Northwest (where adidas and Nike are based) and shift their management and operations to […]
Brent Hunsberger, the man behind the Playbooks and Profiles blog at The Oregonian, is reporting that Le Coq Sportif plans to scale back its North American operations, a move likely brought on by the weak dollar and slow U.S. economy. Which is sad, considering that the company just launched the Spring 2008 line (reviewed here) […]