Marcelo Burlon and Kappa recently dropped a range of tracksuits that make use of a new version of the latter brand's iconic logo, which is featured boldly down the sleeves and legs of sets, as well as on their fronts.
Unlike the original Kappa logo, which features a man and a woman leaning up against one another to represent a mutual support, the readapted version shows the figures in the confines of enlarged pixels, which give the pieces a more boldly retro aesthetic.
Although the branding makes the origin of the new Marcelo Burlon and Kappa collection instantly clear, the use of the borders gives it even more contrast and adds a uniqueness to the tracksuits.
Readapted Logo-Emblazoned Tracksuits
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