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Y-3 pays homage to FIFA World Cup with exclusive SS14 line
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Apr '14
2014 is the year of football, Y-3 looks forward to the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil with a special capsule collection alongside the main Spring/Summer 2014 collection. 
 
Ever a neutral observer of sports, Y-3 pledges alliance to the game itself. The simple slogan ‘In Football We Trust’ serves as the main message using 50´s iconography and the symbolic gesture and simple act of shaking hands to promote fairness on and of the pitch - taking inspiration from the spirit of good sportsmanship.
 
The small capsule of apparel, footwear and accessories references easy sportswear classics with a more elegant twist in black and white, leather trims, sophisticated track materials and smooth satins. 
 
Apparel items feature a woven crest, such as the black Tango Polo shirt, the ‘Shake Hands’ T-shirt in black or white and the black Letterman bomber jacket. Accessories include a cotton knit scarf on back featuring the ‘In Football We trust’ slogan, and an exclusive all black football. 
 
Y-3’s classic sneaker styles complete the collection with the Honja Hi and the all-time favorite Sprint, both available in women and men’s sizes.

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