Always referencing football culture, Lack of Guidance have released a new collection.
The Amsterdam-based creatives are well versed in providing tongue-in-cheek graphics and bootleg logos, inspired by some iconic footballing history. For Fall/Winter, they have produced some of what they do best, with lots of graphic tees.
Coming in short sleeves and long sleeves, there are references to tournaments of days gone by, as well as even UEFA itself. The logo from the 1998 World Cup France is easy to recognise first off, reworking that famous logo into one for their own brand.
Elsewhere, reworked graphics from Mexico 1970 and Euro 1980 are also used, as L of G provides tees in black, white, grey and green. Graphics can be found printed in full colour on both the front and back of the tees, which all boast a loose, comfy-looking baggy fit.
Also, look out for the Leo Jacket. A smart suit-like piece of outerwear, this looks straight from the bench of a 1970s football match. Available with matching trousers, this is the sort of get-up teams might wear when travelling across the globe to compete. The good ol’ days.
The collection is available exclusively from the Lack of Guidance online store.