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Now You Can Personalize Your Favorite Lacoste Leather Goods

With the LG customization tour, the brand highlights that as well as Rene Lacoste and his roots with tennis and creativity.
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Lacoste's leather goods customization tour has been touring around the world since May. And now, the experience is making a stop in the Philippines.

From October 18 to 20, you'll be able to create unique leather pieces stamped with gold or silver in Glorietta 4, Powerplant Mall, and Mall of Asia. Personalize your favorite Lacoste items with your initials or pick from exclusive stamps in the form of the Eiffel Tower, French flag, or elements inspired by Lacoste's tennis heritage.

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Since 1933, Lacoste has championed savoir-faire and modernity. With the LG customization tour, the brand highlights that as well as Rene Lacoste and his roots with tennis and creativity.

The collection is available in-store and on lacoste.com.phThose who order at least one item from the collection will also get a Lacoste cardholder. If you do order online, make sure to present your confirmation email at the store for the personalization service.

Check out some of our favorite pieces below.

Lacoste Men's L.12.12 Casual Embossed Lettering Vertical Leather Bag

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P7,250.00
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Lacoste Men's L.12.12 Casual Embossed Lettering Vertical Leather Bag

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P7,250.00
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Lacoste Men's L.12.12 Leather Flat Crossover Bag

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P9,950.00
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Lacoste Men's L.12.12 Leather Slim Billfold with ID Slot

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P4,450.00
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Lacoste Men's L.12.12 Signature Leather Zip Backpack

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P11,950.00
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