Polo in the City with Vicomte A.

The sun shone, the stylish out-styled and the grass was dug-up, all with glee and all for the purposes of the illustriously annual Waterford Crystal Polo in the City at Melbourne’s Albert Park.

Aside from the polo teams, constant chukkas and one of the most obnoxious MCs the sport has ever endured, Vicomte A., a French-born and about decade-old designer label made its first public foray into the Australian market’s public eye.

Bringing French aristocratic style and flair to the field, Vicomte A. polos were amongst the most noticeable.

A little bit Ted Baker in its flair, a little bit Tom Ford in its sleekness, a little bit Lacoste in its preppiness, Vicomte A. is a coming together of many of the best elements in men’s design that speaks to two different audiences. The sport players’ needs are addressed in the brand’s vast array of bold polo-focused polo shirts, while the more dapper dresser’s needs are addressed in the brand’s awesome design and popping colours.

With plans for the brand to diversify its wholesale operation to the country’s leading retailers, shortly followed by a stand-alone store of its own at some point in the future, the French retailer is on the move and has only brilliant trails to blaze.

Check it out at vicomte-a.com

Vicomte A 1

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