For the upcoming holiday season, Lacoste has unveiled their two newest polos each designed by porcelain artist Li Xiaofeng.
The one that can actually be worn is a photo mosaic of blue and white porcelain shards from the Kangxi Period and Qing Dynasty. The two-colored polo will be limited to 20,000 for both men and women.
The second polo can't be worn at all, unless you're willing to carry the weight! The Ming Dynasty inspired shirt took 3 months for Xiaofeng to paint, fire, fragment, shape, polish and link together.
Dayum! That's a lot of time!
The most expensive and exclusive polo is currently on display in France at the Musée des Arts et Métiers.