Who knew designer fashion and football could be combined with such winning results? Sepp Magazine’s latest issue contains a must-see photo shoot that proves that football and fashion can be a beautiful thing.
Sepp Magazine is a premium publication officially sanctioned by FIFA that focuses on uniting fashion and football. The magazine, named after FIFA President Sepp Blatt, discusses the issues surrounding football, the lead up to and occurrences during the World Cup, life and fashion.
“When we launched Sepp in 2002, few designers, except maybe Armani with the Davids – James and Beckham – and Dirk Bikkembergs sport couture, cared much about football. Since then, a squad of luxury labels has tapped into the global obsession with football, and player’s rare ability to convey and magnify style trends. Mirroring that, The Beautiful Game, is designed to reflect how top brands now develop products specifically with soccer’s global reach in mind, how they use famous players in their advertising and other related news. As Sepp hears about new deals and announcements on a regular basis now, we have decided to start this online column to support our print version and bring you the latest football fashion news at once.” – Sepp Magazine
The robust magazine, which is only printed every two years, has just released its 5th publication, which was released to coincide with the FIFA World Cup™ and UEFA European Championships. Filled with interesting articles such as Fashion on Football and From Bikkembergs with Love, as well as Karl Lagerfeld’s drawings of some of football’s high fliers, such as Wayne Rooney, Didier Drogba and Frank Ribery, the recent issue is cited as a must-have for any style-obsessed football lover. Mpdclick’s must-see element is the über chic photo shoot featuring Sepp Magazine’s collaboration on football jerseys with some top names in fashion design. The likes of Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani, Paul Smith, Osklen, Versace, Marni, Dries van Noten, Wunderkind and others, contributed their exquisite one-of-a-kind jersey prototypes to the seemingly budding relationship between fashion and “the beautiful game”.
Image source: high snobiety (blog) and Sepp Magazine