dead dilly imagines world cup jerseys created by famous fashion designers
 
dead dilly imagines world cup jerseys created by famous fashion designers dead dilly imagines world cup jerseys created by famous fashion designers
jun 14, 2014

dead dilly imagines world cup jerseys created by famous fashion designers

dead dilly imagines world cup jerseys created by famous fashion designers
brazil by bathing ape
all images courtesy highsnobiety © dead dilly

 

 

 

in honor of the 2014 FIFA world cup, canadian artist dead dilly has created a series of fictional national jerseys for highsnobiety as if they were designed by some of the most renowned fashion houses and labels. from rick owens and raf simons to BABE and supreme, the graphics on each piece of apparel reflect each country’s specific athletic talent, like with argentina’s lethal forward attack and italy’s flashy style of play. correlatively the albiceleste white stripes are replaced by a pattern of monochromatic serpents and the trademark azzurri colorway with an elaborate floral print.

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

argentina by marcelo burlon

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

 italy by givenchy

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

 france by A.P.C

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

spain by balenciaga

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

germany by jil sander

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

USA by rick owens

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

 england by alexander mcqueen

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers

belgium by raf simons

if world cup jerseys were designed by famous fashion designers
portugal by supreme

  • I would love to have the brazil one….nice happy colors…the rest are pretty cool too…

    Rodrigo Briones says:

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