Tempah paid homage to his love of football subculture and diversity
Tinie Tempah’s contemporary menswear brand What We Wear celebrated its 1st year anniversary, at men’s fashion week in London this week.
Throughout the collection Tempah paid homage to his love of football subculture and diversity. What We Wear showcased a sophisticated functional collection which was a combination of sportswear and skilled tailoring. The collection aesthetics focused on training and season football kit with the zig zag logo subtly incorporated.
Yet in between the collection, What We Wear found its strength with its easy contemporary street wear inspired pieces.
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Notable garments incorporated fun bold colours, interchangeable luxurious fabrics, glossy patent leather jackets, an easy denim two piece suit, a tie dye jumper paired with lux tracksuit trousers were understated looks.
Over the year What We Wear has grown and elevated into a new breed of sportswear with a confident approach to texture, colour, and contrasting tracksuits and trouser separates.
Equality Team Spirit & Inclusion for all
We look forward to bigger things for What We Wear and an exciting new direction of traditional sportswear with a lux edge.
This season’s collection celebrated the key message of inclusion and everyone should feel welcome no matter what. It’s time to overcome challenges and obstacles for the foreseeable future.
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