After I gave you an exclusive preview of a women’s tee in my last post about Fila Palina tee, my insights about Fila this time are on a men’s tee actually available ( and not an item from next season).
I think it’s public domain but in case you are not aware, Fila owes part of its success to its logo. The brand founded in Biella in 1911 envisioned a whole design and manufacturing process in house, becoming a worldwide synonymous of Italian sportswear, easily recognizable by its logo. F Box designed in 1973 by Sergio Privitera it is a visionary and iconic logo. I am no graphic designer but there is no need to be in order to know that for no reason it has to be modified for what concerns its colors and dimensions.
Well, rules are made to be broken if it’s for the right reasons and this is exactly the case. Cheng Raglan tee, sent in by Renzo Cognini, belongs to the trend of these last seasons that put outdoor style as one of the main tractions, design wise. You may wear this item to go to school, to the studio or to go hiking, but its strong reference to the mountains in its design speaks volumes about your field of interest.
Considering that the great outdoors give the best sensations if there is a lot of sun and arboreal vegetation, there has been a stylization of these elements. This is why the red of the trait on top turned from red to yellow, to symbolize the sun. Surround all this with a green shape of the mountains and the image is complete.
The level of design is far from average, if you look at how it is cut. In order to have a better fit, there are raglan cut sleeves. It is a detail for connoisseurs you may think but once you wear it you will recognize the difference.
State boldly where your heart is with this tee and accept no substitutes if your heart is on a mountain trail and your mind just needs to conquest the top constantly in order to be fully satisfied.
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