Fila collaborates with Korean label D-Antidote on the backpack to rule them all
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Fila has never had much affinity with fashion. Until their tie-up with Russian street name Gosha Rubchinskiy that put them on the map for the streetwear crowd, it went without saying that the sports brand was destined to clothe the backs of just the athletes. But with Korean label D-Antidote swooping in to kick their newly minted street cred up a notch, it's highly likely that the cool kids will officially be claiming Fila as their favourite four letter 'F' word.
Taking the elongated trend that stems from Vetements' persuasion, the D-Antidote x Fila '01-1' Ballistic nylon backpack comes in blue and yellow acid tones and olive — with straps stitched long enough to trail after its wearer dramatically. Printed with D-Antidote's signature 'SeouLondon' markings, the buzzwords not only refer to designer HwanSung Park's time over on Brit soil as the menswear design assistant for Alexander Mcqueen, Tom Ford and Burberry, but is also what makes the Ballistic the most ballsy backpack to make an entrance with.
D-Antidote x Fila's backpack is now available in Singapore. Exclusively sold at Actually located at #03-18, Orchard Gateway.