The Women’s Porcelain Polo by Li XiaofengThe Women’s Porcelain Polo by Li Xiaofeng

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Above is the second Porcelain Polo – to be worn by a woman – created by Artist Li Xiaofeng for the fifth Holiday Collector’s Series of Lacoste. This fusion of traditional Chinese culture, Chinese contemporary art and global fashion isa one-of-a-kind piece made from over 300 porcelain shards. The two porcelain polos must be the most valuable redesign yet of the of the classic pique cotton polo by brand founder René Lacoste. This earlier entry has photos of the first Porcelain Polo and here is the cotton version being be sold around the world in a limited edition of 20,000. The motifs on the Porcelain Polos comment on the concepts of logo, commercialization, and East and West, two poles that this project promises to bring closer.<!--:en-->The Women's Porcelain Polo by Li Xiaofeng<!--:--><!--:zh-->The Women's Porcelain Polo by Li Xiaofeng<!--:--> lacoste li xiaofeng porcelain polo1

Above is the second Porcelain Polo – to be worn by a woman – created by Artist Li Xiaofeng for the fifth Holiday Collector’s Series of Lacoste. This fusion of traditional Chinese culture, Chinese contemporary art and global fashion isa one-of-a-kind piece made from over 300 porcelain shards. The two porcelain polos must be the most valuable redesign yet of the of the classic pique cotton polo by brand founder René Lacoste. This earlier entry has photos of the first Porcelain Polo and here is the cotton version being be sold around the world in a limited edition of 20,000. The motifs on the Porcelain Polos comment on the concepts of logo, commercialization, and East and West, two poles that this project promises to bring closer.

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