Once again this season, Le Coq Sportif brings you collections with fitted cuts, in premium materials, dyed with unique, luminous colours. The W17 line was developed in le coq sportif's workshop in Romilly-sur-Seine, in the Aube, the brand’s birthplace.

Le Coq Sportif was founded 135 years ago, in 1882. Its earliest purpose was providing high-quality sport products for teams and individual athletes. The tricolor brand has provided high-performance jerseys to the Tour de France leaders since 2012, and in January 2014 it launched a deal with French tennis player Richard Gasquet.

In 2015, Le Coq Sportif made its comeback in women’s tennis and in football, through partnerships with AS Saint-Étienne in France and ACF Fiorentina in Italy. In 2016, the brand also announced its return to rugby with the Racing 92 french team, a sport in which it has seen great successes.

Since it was founded, Le Coq Sportif has celebrated French sport. Today, the tricolor line features sporty items in blue-white-red. This range is the very embodiment of the brand’s roots that make it so unique. Offering classic pieces for everyday wear, the Tricolore collection plays skilfully with the concept of combining three colours and subtly signs off each item with its famous placket.

The Essentiels line is the modern expression of the brand’s traditional savoir-faire. Taking inspiration from an athletic wardrobe, Le Coq Sportif creates knitwear pieces with just the right cut. With a focus on natural materials like premium-quality cotton, this line offers a wide choice of luminous colours.

- Adapted from a press release.