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Everybody in the house of love

Designer collaborations seem to be never ending these days. And while not all of them are perfect matches, House of Holland x Umbro is about as close as it gets. The collection consists of 24 styles that are dual gender, including a new take on some classic football fits. Umbro staples like crew neck jerseys, jumpers and joggers have been slathered in spots and snake prints, with a colour palette made up of reds, greens, powder blues and dusty pinks. Creative director Henry Holland says he’d been “looking into doing a sportswear collection with a partner and we feel like Umbro has a real undercurrent with a feeling that it’s rising up in the street arena wear. I love the fact that Umbro is a Manchester brand, that’s so connected to football culture, and not just another lifestyle brand with a sportswear element.” Back of the net.


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