Continuing the expansion of football culture in South Korea, Freestyle Football Creators The2Top have partnered with PUMA to unveil a collection of heritage jerseys, reinterpreting iconic past international kits with a modern tweak.

South Korea is fast establishing itself as a hotbed of new football culture, with the likes of Over The Pitch and TFFC catching attention with their work. Now, Korean Freestyle Football Creators The2Top continue their partnership with PUMA following on from their work together in presenting the 2022 season jersey of South Korean side Busan IPark Football Club with a heritage jersey collection that draws from iconic kits from the past.

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The2Top x PUMA heritage jersey collection features a further collaboration with three local fashion accounts in South Korea, bringing on board the aforementioned Over The Pitch, as well as Atmos, and Kasina. It sees these accounts taking iconic retro kits of PUMA-sponsored countries that participated in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups in the past, reinterpreting them fashionably with their own brand identities.

The lookbook was shot on streets in Seoul to show the combination of all of Korea's traditional mood, old streets, and modern atmosphere.

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The 2Top x PUMA heritage collection is currently only available in South Korea.

Lookbook Credits:
Production – LOS, The2Top

Model – Liv , Manu of The2Top

Photography – Hyuntae Ahn