As promised here is more “World Cup Fashion” I decided to make a list of the teams that I considered were the best dressed or caused an impact in Brazil.
A total of 130 personnel involved in the national team setup, from management, players to backroom staff will be attired in the German fashion label’s clothings. Casual wear including jacket-pants combinations, t-shirts and sweaters appropriate for the long travel from Germany to Brazil, as well as for relaxed media sessions assure that the team looks chic and comfortable as they mount their title challenge.
Accessories like travel duffel bags and suit luggage carriers from HUGO BOSS also feature in the essentials for the sartorial football player. (by senatus)
The italian luxury fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna designed the made-to-measure suits for the mexican team. The logo is in fluorescent green and the fabric is top quality.
Designed by high street retailer Marks and Spencer, the suits, which will be worn by England manager Roy Hodgson and his players, come in charcoal grey and are packed with special design features.
These include an embroidered World Cup winners’ star on the inside envelope pocket, the England crest on the Autograph label and a red, white and blue sleeve and pocket lining. (by dailymail)
Scott Fyfe, M&S Head of Buying, said. “Made from lightweight British cloth and impeccably tailored, the suit is modern and relevant, representing the very best of British tailoring.”
Team Italy was by far the most impressive, wearing three-piece, navy colored suits by their official sponsor since 2006, Dolce & Gabbana (by ibtimes)
Mexico is proud to have the designer David Delfín on this Fashion Week edition.
In a collaboration with Marie Claire, this famous and polemic designer showed the best looks of his career in Mexico´s Fshion Week in the still new concept of THE BOX.
The designer caused polemic because of his designs, which were inspired in the middle east women during the war in Afganistan. Depsite of this the designer won the award of “best collection by a young designer” in 2003.
This spanish designer is known for creating outfits inspired on his feelings and because of this the designs are minimialistic and in no way ordinary. His goal is to excite his audience, because he feels, just like Bourgeois, that everything that moves us in a way makes us feel really alive.
David Delfin is, above all, an artist. He said once:
Fashion is culture, not everything is art, but painting isn’t always art neither.
It´s quite clear for him that his whole work is about them. A suit, for example, is not sexy, classic, elegant or feminine by itself. Women are therefore the centre of his inspiration