Projecting the same values as the tournament itself, elegance among them, the Roland-Garros brand has forged a style of its own over the years. Whether casual or chic in nature, its collections all boast the inimitable Roland-Garros look.
The 2021 collection will continue the tournament experience long after the event itself is over and features several complementary lines designed to cater for all tastes:
- Encapsulating the French way of lifeand the style the country is known for, the Heritage line is all about interplay. Aesthetically appealing and sleek, the collection features iconic pieces in navy blue, Paris clay, sky blue and off-white.
- The Beau Joueur/Belle Joueuse capsule collection is fashionable in the extreme and has a touch of humour about it, with the capsule name embroidered on T-shirts and sweatshirts designed for the whole family.
- There’s a lot going on in the Color Block line, with its peppy, punchy colours and big printed motifs. Contrasting blocks of colours coexist happily with each other in a riot of navy blue, Paris clay and white on T-shirts, sweatshirts and accessories.
- Inspired by the greenhouses at Court Simonne-Mathieu, the Serres capsule collectionis based on a feminine plant print that accentuates the colour scheme. The line includes a T-shirt and a host of accessories, including a tote bag, silk scarf, scrunchie, and notebook.
- The result of a collaboration with Carré Blanc, a new line of upcycled products will go on sale this year. Designed using players’ towels from the 2020 tournament, this timeless collection features beach bags, toiletry bags and towels. It’s a brand new initiative that illustrates to perfection the tournament’s environmental awareness.
- The Affiche line showcases this year’s tournament poster, created by the artist Jean Claracq. An essential item, the T-shirt bears the 2021 poster artwork and should be a big hit with fans of the Paris Grand Slam, as should the range of accessories that accompany it.
The 2021 collection also features product lines developed with Arthur, Carré Blanc, Delsey Paris, Lacoste, J.M. Weston, Sisley and Wilson.