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11 May

Dsquared2, Manchester City Release Capsule Collection

STRONG MATCH: Within the midst of the Champions League heated semifinals that kicked off on Tuesday, Dsquared2 founders Dean and Dan Caten had loads of friends to support.

To have a good time the brand’s ongoing partnership with Manchester City Football Club, which has to duel with Real Madrid to get the golden ticket to the soccer competition’s final, Dsquared2 has developed a capsule collection of ready-to-wear and accessories bearing the team’s crest together with its logo.

That is the primary time the 2 parties release a capsule collection since launching their collaboration in 2016, when the Catens developed the primary pre-match uniforms for the soccer team.

Dropping at Dsquared2 flagship stores, its e-commerce and a choice of wholesalers worldwide on Thursday, the range comprises Dsquared2 staples like denim and outerwear, together with accessories including baseball caps and sneakers. 

Mostly rendered in black, items feature contrasting daring lettering reading “Dsquared2 for Manchester City Limited Edit,” as seen on a tailored jacket with a split vent, a crewneck knit or on the tongue of lace-up boots. 

The Dsquared2 x Manchester City capsule collection.

Courtesy of Dsquared2

The Manchester City circular crest detailed with a ship and diagonal stripes stand out in other pieces, encompassing bomber jackets, jumper knits or back pockets of straight fit denim pants, along with beanies and backpacks. 

With an entry price of roughly 200 euros, the capsule collection comes with a special hangtag and internal label, in addition to a dedicated campaign featuring key stars of the team, including Erling Haaland, Phil Foden, Julian Alvarez, Aymeric Laporte and Ruben Dias.

Aymeric Laporte, Julian Alvarez, Erling Haaland, Phil Foden and Ruben Dias appear in the Dsquared2 x Manchester City capsule collection campaign.

Aymeric Laporte, Julian Alvarez, Erling Haaland, Phil Foden and Ruben Dias appear within the Dsquared2 x Manchester City capsule collection campaign.

Courtesy of Dsquared2

The partnership with Manchester City shouldn’t be Dsquared2’s first in soccer. In 2006, the Canadian duo designed the official uniforms for Italy’s Juventus Football Club, while in 2009 they created the off-field attire for the FC Barcelona’s team. Incidentally, Manchester City’s current coach Pep Guardiola was the Barcelona coach on the time. 

However the Catens’ might need watched closely the opposite Champions League semifinal, seeing Milanese clubs A.C. Milan and FC Internazionale Milano on opposing fronts on Wednesday, because the brand released the “Black on Black” capsule collection codesigned with A.C. Milan soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimović last 12 months.

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