Lacoste Online Application
By applying Lacoste you may join Lacoste’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Lacoste job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions: Sales Associate, Cashier, Operations/ Sales Assistant, Assistant Manager, Sales Supervisor, Managing Director, Sales Manager, Retail Analyst
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How to Apply Lacoste Jobs: Official Site
Welcome to Devanlay, the License for Lacoste brand products in the U.S.
At Devanlay, we are part of a group of individuals who maintain and enhance the tradition of excellence for which Lacoste is known worldwide. We believe that each individual contributes directly to our success.
Devanlay strives to provide an excellent working atmosphere and opportunities for growth within the company.
We wish for all employees to experience a challenging, enjoyable and rewarding opportunity!
History of Lacoste
The Lacoste brand is the legend of a fantastic tennis player, René Lacoste, a member of the famous “Musketeers” team, and a star of the courts at Wimbledon, Forest Hills, and Roland Garros.
René Lacoste made a strong first impression in the world of tennis with his brilliant, strategic, and tenacious court strategy. He won the French Open three times (1925, 1927, and at Roland Garros Stadium in 1929), Wimbledon twice (1925 and 1928), and the U.S. Open at Forest Hills twice (1926 and 1927).
His exploits are those of a generation, which, in the early years of the 20th century really invented the sport as we know it today while remaining faithful to traditional values.
From these values and the idea of the sport to which they were linked, René Lacoste, the champion, invented sportswear.
Born in the early 1930s, the famous “1212” “petit piques” shirt was the answer to the specific requirements of a small elite group of sportsmen. Supported by the exploits of its founder and by the legendary crocodile, an emblem that quickly became famous, the “1212” soon became popular with the public and a great brand was born.