Fruit of the Loom collaborates with Zara

Vintage Hooded Sweat and Vintage Sweat

Fruit of the Loom is celebrating its classic vintage roots with a trendy capsule collection from Spanish fashion giant Zara.

With its current capsule collection, Zara is bringing casual, colourful vintage vibes to high streets around the world and cementing the cult status of the brand Fruit of the Loom.

The iconic Fruit of the Loom logo in a vintage look can be found on cosy sweats in trendy colours, cotton T shirts, shorts and stylish underwear – a real must-have collection for trendy shoppers.

Fruit of the Loom is also offering the stylish, cool retro look for B2B customers: with the new Vintage collection. The popular styles for men and women are available in a classic fit, pre-printed with the famous Fruit logo from the 1980s/90s. Depending on taste and courage, the high-quality T shirts, sweatshirts and hooded sweatshirts from the vintage collections come in versions with small and large logo prints – and of course in the range of colours that characterises the iconic brand.

The highlights for every wardrobe – and especially trendy in the large logo print variety: the cool Vintage Raglan Sweat with a wide crew neck collar and raglan sleeves with contrasting stitching, the Vintage Set-In Sweat with a contrasting crew neck collar and close-fitting waistband and sleeve ends as well as the Vintage Hooded Sweat with a casual hood and kangaroo pocket on the front.

A must when it comes to street style: the casual Vintage Classic Jog Pant with an elasticated waist, practical side pockets and a small vintage logo print below the waistband. For warmer days, there are the Vintage Lightweight Shorts, also with an elasticated waist, side pockets and a small vintage logo print.

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