Coco Rocha for Visionaire and Lacoste

Visionaire is an art and fashion publication that is published in limited, numbered editions three times a year. The style, theme, packaging and format is modified issue to issue depending on the highlighted artists, designers, photographers, and other(s) whom guest edit the V Magazine sister publication.

Issue 54 SPORT is the first wearable issue published by the V Agency, who has produced full-color and coverage photographically-printed Lacoste (celebrating their 75th anniversary) polo shirts with the artwork of photographers Nick Knight, Peter Lindbergh, Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin; artists Thomas Demand, Thomas Ruff, T.J. Wilcox; designer Karl Lagerfield, filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, musicians David Byrne, Michael Stipe; and painter Richard Phillips.

The four different sets of the issue contain three different printed Lacoste polo shirts in small, medium and large alongside the twelve images inside the Visionaire book. Unless you're already subscribed, this fresh issue will cost you $250, or be the first of a four-issue subscription at the cost of $675. Reserve an issue now. (If you've got the bucks for one, feel free to get us another to give away on the blog. Wink. )

Also, hard not to mention — Elite model Coco Rocha sells the Lacoste shirts like they've never been sold before — each printed shirt stripped off her tight and shiny catsuit to her dance and Coco-open-mouth pout. Frame by frame with no popped collars, watch Coco at VisionaireWorld.com.


Kira Fashion said...

fantastic, she is really cool!

a kiss!

MR style said...

i want the pedro almodovar shirt !! with penelope cruz on it !! it's so fab !! and the lagerfeld one too !!

Nikolás de Lioncourt said...

ahh coco!!! she's great, and ur blog too

cheers m8!

ryder said...

i love visionare, but is super expensive.

love how they started : in apartment without anything.

Ave Royd Santiago said...

Do you know what song was used in the website of visionaire?

MOND said...

the soundtrack's fischerspooner's "danse en france."

Ave Royd Santiago said...

thanks mond!