Charles Fréger, author of a dozen books, is now presenting his collaboration with Lacoste in celebration of the company’s 80th anniversary. Leading a veritable photographic campaign of France, Fréger photographed cheerleaders, bebop dancers, ball players and capoeira fighters, and many other enthusiasts of regional and international sports, all wearing the famous shirt stamped with a green crocodile.
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