There's a lot of World Cup-oriented merchandise hitting the market in advance of the big international tournament, and a lot of it is just not great. But the sweatshirts that Yoox.com and Sepp Magazine have worked on with designers from Opening Ceremony to Ami are a big, bright, shiny exception.
The retailer and the magazine reached out to designers from a few countries that have teams playing in the games. Ami's Alexandre Mattiussi created the red, white, and blue design for Team France; Duro Olowu conceived a gray, green, and pink print for Team Nigeria.
The sweatshirts, which range in price from $112 to $154, are available now on Yoox.com. You can snag one just in time to support your favorite team in this year's games, which will take place in Brazil from June 12 to July 13.
—Details associate online style editor Justin Fenner.
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