Too Hot Limited and FILA Team up to Release Archive Pieces

A limited selection of rare sportswear classics.

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After launching a series of pop-ups at Harvey Nichols stores across the UK, Too Hot Limited has now worked with FILA to curate an exclusive selection of archive pieces. Best known for its selection of vintage Stone Island and C.P. Company, the new collaboration sees it bring its sportswear expertise to FILA’s long history.

The collection sees a range of one-off pieces from FILA’s past, including fleeces, jackets, shirts and caps. Some of the standout pieces come from the “Magic Line” range, a ski-wear line that was prominent in the ’80s and ’90s. Most of the pieces come in brightly-colored prints and blocks, with pinks, blues and oranges all sitting alongside loud alpine patterns.

The archive selection is available now from FILA’s web store, with prices ranging from £55 GBP for a cap to £180 GBP for a coat. All of the pieces are rare vintage items, so are one-of-one. For more from FILA, take a look at the brand’s recent South Africa lookbook.

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