Even before the World Cup has started, football antics are so far reaching that even fashion is getting a kickback, reports Men's Style. In the...

Even before the World Cup has started, football antics are so far reaching that even fashion is getting a kickback, reports Men’s Style. In the realms of luxury, Paul Smith creates the ultimate in metrosexual fever pitch glitz – a selection of printed footballs. And cult brand Havaianas offer football fans a less expensive football endorsement with their Brazilian scandals. Also, forever sticking to their nostalgic theme Adidas has released a new line, the article says: ‘Adidas commemorates legendary teams and classic moments from the tournament’s history.’

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