Spain’s Oylmpic Uniform - Created By Russians For Free?
Now the Italians uniform certainly will turn heads but the Spanish team seems to reflect a Russian era. Nothing wrong with that. What on earth has happened toÂ Spain’sÂ designers? Â Due to the economic crises, the gear was designed for free by a Russian company, so it seems that Spain sacrificed style for affordability.
This isÂ ridiculousÂ considering Zara is currently the biggest retail fashion seller of the world. If not Zara, why did they not head down to the Desigual design team. Where is theÂ loyaltyÂ to SpanishÂ designers? Â More patriotic the youth unemployment is at a record time high. They could of Â asked some up and coming Spanish designers toÂ haveÂ a go?
Where are the SpanishÂ athlete’s? Â What’s more tragic, from a marketingÂ pointÂ of view especiallyÂ revealingÂ to the world the outfits. Is that they did not even attempt to get someÂ SpanishÂ OlympicÂ athlete’s to model the uniforms?
SpanishÂ fashion design is amazing and this isÂ embarrassingÂ to say the least that not oneÂ SpaniardÂ designer, was there to create Â a wicked uniform.
[notice]Spaniards everywhere have been outraged by the exhibition of mediocre design (at best), garnering such criticism as âa bad costume from a flea marketâ. [/notice]
Olympic Design Inspiration
Although Summer uniforms maybe arenât as âavante gardeâ as Winter Olympic uniforms, this yearâs designs seem to be inspired by either the 1920â²s or the 1948 Games held in London.Â The majority of the looks incorporate a blazer with either pants or a skirt, yet many of them have their own individual look.
I see a Russian twist here?
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