World Cup fashion: Ozwald Boateng goes sports luxe

2014-07-13 15:00

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Ozwald Boateng, the iconic Ghanaian-British designer and one of Savile Row’s staple gentlemen, couldn’t resist the sports-luxe trend.

The man whose name is synonymous with bespoke tailored suits has designed a two-piece for sports brand Nike.

The unveiling of the N98 Suit coincides with the World Cup, which ends today in Brazil. The silhouette of the suit is inspired by the away jersey for the Brazil team that played in the 1998 World Cup in France.

Made out of lightweight wool, it’s manufactured in Italy and boasts the Brazilian crest on the chest, shoulder-to-wrist strip and the back print. After their infamous crash this week, who will be lining up for this creation?

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