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Dirk Bikkembergs to dress Slovenian national football team
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May '10
Dirk Bikkembergs and its local distributor The Sportina Group have signed a contract with the Slovenian national football team to dress the players and the supporting staff for their official team appearances. The contract, which will come into effect in May 2010, will see the team dressed in Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture suits as they head for the South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup.

With the support of its local distributor The Sportina Group, Dirk Bikkembergs has signed a contract to dress the Slovenian national football team NSZ (Nogometna Zveza Slovenije) until June 2011, with an option to extend the contract. The contract, which will come into effect in May 2010, will see the entire team and supporting staff dressed by Dirk Bikkembergs for their official team appearances off the pitch.

The new team outfit includes a blue single-button suit with the team's logo embroidered on the chest pocket, and a complementary blue tie with the same logo and a white shirt – all by Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture. To complete the outfit, there are black Bikkembergs sneakers, which also feature the team's logo.

With a population of just two million, Slovenia is the smallest nation to have qualified for the South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup, where Slovenia will be competing against England, USA and Algeria in Group C.

In line with past collaborations with Inter Milan and recently Toronto FC, Dirk Bikkembergs will leverage on the brand connection with the Slovenian national football team as it further expands its activities on the local market.

Dirk Bikkembergs is the man, the designer and the brand behind three acclaimed fashion lines, which combine a love for couture with a passion for sport. Inspired by and tailored to the athlete's lifestyle, the Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture, Bikkembergs and Bikkembergs Sport lines each make for a pure and most passionate expression of masculinity.

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