A novel reworking of one of Adidas' most popular designs, this limited edition shoe sees the Samba made from premium pigskin suede, adding a new edge to this terrace classic.
Launched in 1982 as an all-purpose football and training shoe for legendary Franz Beckenbauer, this classic trainer is still just as popular today.
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Nike continues its alliance with the FFF as it announces a special joint showcase with Parisian boutique colette.
Kicking off March 28, the venture looks to feature a wide assortment of luxury product following the same “mariniere” inspiration that the Away kit was given. Featured participants include: Chanel, Colorware, COMME des GARCONS, Hermes, Laduree, Longchamp, MontBlanc, Swatch, Trousselier and Yves Saint Laurent.
The Modern England collection is inspired by Peter Saville’s design, and features a range of items including graphic tees, sweaters and lightweight jackets. It’s available from Harvey Nichols
Strongly tied to indoor football, this silo has been reborn into a casual life similar to its friends Stan Smith and Rod Laver. Three new colorways all rely on the classic gum sole and contrast branding. Cardinal/White, White/Scarlett, and Aluminum/Blue colors all come out classy showing the model is more than just black and white.
Think you know the Umbro Ramsey jacket? Think again! These four one-off designs are putting a new spin on umbro's classic design, which was famously worn by England’s World Cup winning manager Sir Alf Ramsey.
Each of these new designs gives a distinctly different look to the classic design, with the Checkmate jacket adding a sharp blue check.
Nike designed a large collection of France National team fan apparel. The collection defies most fan apparel clichés, and adheres to the style benchmarks set by the broader Nike Sportswear family.
Key pieces are familiar from NSW, including an M-65 jacket and the ubiquitous Destroyer jacket. The collection is filled out by a number of T-Shirts, and layering options, some featuring the Fédération Française de Football initials, and some emblazoned with the collection’s theme: “Nos Differences Nous Unissent” – “Our Differences Unite Us.”
Umbro, in collaboration with the critically acclaimed conceptual designer Aitor Throup, has delved into its extensive archive to launch the Archive Research Project (A.R.P.). Taking inspiration from iconic Umbro football garments, spanning the last 87 years, A.R.P. represents design innovation and style, whilst maintaining Umbroʼs English football tailoring heritage.
Since 2008 Umbro and Aitor Throup have collaborated together, specifically on the re- launch of the England Home kit in 2009 and more recently the England Away kit in 2010. It was during the 2009 kit project that Umbro and Aitor delved into the heritage of the brand and created an England football shirt that redefined replica by fusing football performance and tailoring.
Reigning FIFA Player of the Year Lionel Messi has just signed a deal with Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana.
Dolce & Gabbana released two teaser photos featuring the Barcelona and Argentine superstar through their Twitter account.
Aside from Messi, who recently received the European Golden Shoe Award for being the top scorer in the domestic league during the past season, Dolce & Gabbana have also dressed football clubs AC Milan and Chelsea, plus the Italian National Team.
Presenting Wong Wong Stadium Tees. The Collection reference the shapes of legendary football grounds from England and Spain. The top three clubs from the EPL and La Liga are represented, identifiable by their respective club colors.
The tees are available starting today exclusively at the Wong Wong online shop: Wong Wong Shop