Andy Roddick has endorsed the Lacoste brand since 2005. After being closely tied to the company for six years, he has decided to make his own collection for Lacoste Fall/Winter 2011.
The line hit stores on Monday, but before the clothes were on the shelves, Lacoste held an event in the Hampton’s to launch the new collection.
Andy Roddick sported the new clothes while giving tennis tips to fashion editors and members of the Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf club that were in attendance. He didn’t show off too much, due to his torn oblique muscle. Andy’s wife, Brooklyn Decker, was also there to support her man.
Andy’s performance wear line includes polos, tennis shorts, jackets and more. The line uses color blocking and 1980′s vintage prints. Each item will display an original logo that is made up of Andy’s signature and his figure, ready to serve. The iconic crocodile logo that Lacoste is known for will also appear on the pieces. The super dry jersey material and the sophisticated look makes this line both functional and fashionable.
The collection is in Lacoste stores everywhere and online now.Tags: Andy Roddick, Brooklyn Decker, Lacoste, performance wear