World Cup Fashion
World Cup Fashion
The whole world seems to be in football fervour at the moment! Try to do anything without the names of Messi, Ronaldo, Cavani, and Kemp being mentioned somewhere or other in the conversation. In honour of the 2018 Football World Cup, The Fashion Havildar (TFH,) looks at fashion from some of the countries who have made it to the semi-finals.
Teams That Made It To The Semi-Finals
Some of the interesting football fashion at the matches.
The first country on the list is one of the most well renowned for fashion in the world. TFH takes you to the land of all things couture and Parisian.
Maje is one of the best high street brands in Paris that provide ready-to-wear fashion dresses and other accessories to its valued customers. You can discover women’s clothing such as scarves, dresses, tops, skirts, bottom wear, handbags, belts, T-shirts, and other accessories in their high street shop located in Paris. You can also discover all of their women’s collection at their online fashion store.
Petit Bateau is named after the nursery rhyme ‘Maman les p’tits bateaux qui vont sur l’eau ont-ils des jambes?’ which has been sung for generations in France.
In 1918, Etienne Valton – the son of Petit Bateau founder Pierre Valton – was inspired by this nursery rhyme to cut the legs off long johns worn at the time. The classic cotton pants we know today were born!
Petit Bateau is one of the oldest and best French high street fashion brands that sells clothing for people of all ages. There is a huge collection for kids, toddlers, and teens. Adult clothing for men and women are also available such as women’s tops, shirts, skirts, swimwear, and other dresses. Discover their amazing collection from Petit Bateau official website.
Kookai is another best French high street fashion brand with multiple shops and boutiques all across the World. The brand specializes in women’s wear and tear. You can shop read-to-wear dresses, skirts, tops, t-shirts, shorts, swimwear and other accessories from their official website.
Zadig & Voltaire
This is one of the coolest urban French exports, known for its funky tees, jeans and amazing leather jackets. It has somewhat of a cult following with the likes of Martha Hunt, Poppy Delevigne and Julia Restoin Roitfeld being major devotees of the brand. You can discover their collection at their online store.
Keep posted for the next article on British Fashion, hopefully, it’s coming home!