With the Euros just around the corner, 1920-founded Farah has joined forces with SoccerBible to create the “Unity” capsule collection as a celebration of the beautiful game. The collection is colorful, fun and perfect for summer – each article of clothing is inspired by the complex heritage of different European nations, in a bid to connect people just like football does so often. Releasing in tandem with the collection is a new issue of SoccerBible, featuring English alternative rock band Sports Team styled in the Unity capsule.
The collection is available now through the Farah website. See the detailed description of each nation’s apparel below:
Inspired by the graphic carpets and bold décor of a traditional English pub, this revere collar shirt and tee feature striking all-over prints.
Brutalist architecture, characterised by its hard, block features, makes its mark on this track top and contrast-ring, vertical stripe T-shirt.
Fusing on their iconic flag colours of red, white and green together with bold lines born from the Modernist movement inspired this colour-block track top.
Exploring the Argyle pattern, synonymous with Scotland’s heritage, sees the diamond design reinvented on polo shirts with colours referencing previously worn away-kits.
The iconic Breton has been given the bespoke treatment with a relaxed-fit long-sleeve tee, proudly bearing their national Tricolour shades.
Referencing the kits of the 90s made famous by the likes of Rudd Gulit, vertical stripes and ribbed collars maintain the right balance of modern retro.
The chain stitch technique on this revere collar front placement, reminiscent of an Irish beer mat, complements the timeless graphic rework of their traditional emerald print kit.
Military camo prints with Italy’s signature blue strip and adding a reference to Robert Baggio’s iconic number 10 on the polo shirt, an overshirt creates a commanding casual look.
Inspired by all nations, the T shirts fittingly wraps up the capsule collections’ essence of togetherness.
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