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Tyler, The Creator and Lacoste Just Dropped the Perfect Tennis Gear

Golf Le Fleur brought its bright colors and whimsical patterns to Lacoste's classic shapes.
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Tyler, The Creator makes everything he touches fun, especially when it comes to his clothing line, Golf le Fleur. His signature: springtime colors and illustrated flowers. This week, he's bringing that eye for well-timed levity to tennis gear in a collaboration with Lacoste. It's exactly the kind of mash-up you'd hope it would be, showcasing Golf le Fleur's penchant for fun on Lacoste's legacy gear.

The 16-piece unisex collection has bucket hats, socks, T-shirts, cardigans, and more. If you're looking to build an outfit that goes but doesn't necessarily match, there's no time like this one to shop it. Mix prints, colors, and pieces, the way Tyler, The Creator intended. The collection will be available at Lacoste.com and select stores (Lacoste boutiques, Kith, Union LA, and Concepts) on July 17. Take a look at what you should be stocking up on.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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