Lacoste PF170 Dinner

10/17/2008

Lacoste is the one and only originator of the tennis (or polo) shirt which completely revolutionized athletic and casual clothing almost eighty years ago. It was created by tennis legend Jean René Lacoste (nicknamed “The Crocodile”) in 1929 and continues to be the world’s premier luxury tennis item, outfitting top tennis players around the world including America’s own Andy Roddick. This fall, Lacoste is launching their totally redesigned women’s polo, the PF170.

Lacoste asked The Class Trip to help launch this iconic item by pairing it with some of New York City’s female icons-in-the-making and hosted private dinner for these trendsetting women (and the men who love them.) Guests included killer designers Leah MacSweeney (Married To The MOB) and Claw Money, brilliant photographers Angela Boatwright and Danille Levitt, Editors Annie Fisher (Villiage Voice) and Claudia Wu (Me Magazin,) hot bloggers Wendy Lam (Nitrolicious) and Jen Wannaruche (Worship Worthy), filmmaker Jauretsi Saizarbitoria, and publisher Dana Albarella-James of Testify Books. Their men-in-waiting were the always gracious and ridiculously talented Todd James (REAS,) Rob Cristofaro of ALIFE, Music Producer and DJs Fancy, superstar reggae DJ Max Glazer, On-The-Go Ari, architect Rafael déCardenas, and FreshnessMag editor YuMing Wu. All guests received their very own personalized PF170 to sport this fall.

Dinner Guests Received Personalized Polos

Pam Of The Class Trip & Claw Money

DJ Max Glazer

Todd “Reas” James & “On The Go” Ari

Dee & Ricky Of Jackson Swinton

Daniel Levitt, Rafael de Cardenas, & Claudia Wu

Wendy Of Nitrolicious, Jenn Of Worship Worthy, & Yu Ming Of FreshnessMag

Gaby L. & Leah McSweeney

Gaby L. & Eric Haze

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