Introducing the Lacoste L!VE x Sanghon Kim football inspired capsule collection. For it’s spring/summer 2014 capsule collection, LACOSTE L!VE teams up with the french artist Sanghon Kim, as a director and illustrator.
On the occasion of a World Cup summer, Sanghon Kim directed a short animation film themed around football, in which players of the white team proudly sport a unique jersey, adorned with a reinterpreted crocodile crest.


A bold allegiance to the beautiful game with this Footytees World Cup Collection by Brazilian artist Samuel Casal.
Samuel Casal is a Brazilian illustrator and uses vectorial software to make his illustrations. Casal also makes linoleum carvings and his work has been published in galleries, books, newspapers and magazines from Brazil and other countries.



Inspired by Brazil's rich footballing history, this beautifully simple image is by one of the UK's leading motion graphics designers, Andy Greaves, exclusively for Savile Rogue.



Based on the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio, this image contains multiple icons of Brazilian life, including plenty of World Cup references. Designed exclusively for Savile Rogue by Richard Debenham, one of the UK's leading graphic designers. 



This Puma Brasil 70 Summer Sweatshirt is perfect for your sporty and active lifestyle this summer. It knows how to fuse comfort with style, and is sure to make you feel comfy wherever the World Cup adventures take you.


The original Brasil track jacket was first zipped on a German football pitch in 1981. It made a name for itself with its comfy materials and smooth, form-fitting style.
This new version still has loads of tricks up its sleeves and keeps that football legacy in check by honoring Brasil. More specifically, the Puma Brasil sneaker icon. The shoe's tread pattern appears as a graphic on this Brasil Track Jacket.



Directly inspired by the Puma Brasil sneaker, it honors a legendary football year with its "70" insignia and gradient that takes on Brasil's national colours. It's also water resistant with removable sleeves.



In 1970, the Brasilian national team reset the bar in football. To honor their world victory, Puma introduced the Puma Brasil: state-of-the-art suede, a clean toe, and a durable cupsole for drills, all wrapped up in green-yellow-and-blue. It became the go-to for athletes warming up. The original Brasil is re-issued here with its vintage looks intact, its name and style still synonymous with some of the greatest football ever played.


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