In a bid to further the marriage between streetwear sensibilities and soccer aesthetics, Vancouver-based Frankie Collective, a female-focused platform that “take inspiration from ’90s staples and rework vintage garments to push the boundaries of contemporary style,” have teamed up with adidas Canada for a fire collection of customized soccer pieces. As mentioned, the unique pieces see an exploration of soccer and streetwear culture by way of some of our favorite adidas-sponsored clubs – namely Juventus, Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Beyurn Munich – and were made as part of adidas Canada’s recent #TangoLeague held in Toronto. Have a look at Frankie Collective‘s official editorial shot by felice.c0m, featuring Ebhoni Ogarro, Emily Ferguson, and Mercedes Edison aka UNimerce.
Canadian-based premium athletic brand Reigning Champ will drop their monochromatic “MLS Cup Champions Pack” in collaboration with Toronto FC tomorrow, commemorating the team’s win in the 2017 MLS Cup last December over the Seattle Sounders. The words “Reigning Champ” and the clubs logo are proudly displayed across the chest. A star, with the number 17 inside, appears on various spots of each product. The design, kept rather simple, makes a bold statement.
Handcrafted in Canada and custom made for Toronto FC, Reigning Champs’ signature midweight terry and ring spun jersey complete the design. The pack released a black sweatshirt and jogger pants set, as well as two t-shirts—one black and one white, each sharply contrasted with clean colorways. Check out the pieces from the “MLS Cup Champions Pack” below.
Toronto FC starters Alex Bono, Jonathon Osario, Chris Mavinga, and Ashtone Morgan modeled the pack around Toronto’s BMO Field, home to the team’s championship win. The pack releases early Wednesday morning at 8 AM PST online at ReigningChamp.com and in Reigning Champ Flagship stores throughout Toronto.