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FILA celebrates its iconic heritage by revisiting the past and reimagining the future.
A collaboration with some of the most renowned talent in the fashion world seeks to reinterpret historic designs from FILA's rich history and reissue them with a modern update.
The reimagined designs will be produced & premiered in a short fashion film produced by FILA and launched alongside Camera Della Moda in February 2021.
All materials and packaging are exclusively made in Italy to showcase Fila's brand heritage.
Learn about the inspiration for the Anniversary Collection’s reinterpreted historic designs with a look at the original sketches next to the updated style.
Inspired by the late ‘70s Snow Time period, this 100% pure wool sweater was reinterpreted in 2011 as a part of FILA’s 100th anniversary celebration.
The epitome of coolness on snow slopes has now become a casual piece of everyday wear, bringing a perfect balance between comfort and athleticism.
Pierluigi Rolando’s 1982 drawings are periodically included inside of FILA’s collection archives, illustrating – quite literally – the versatility of the design of this classic wool jumper.
In 2010 rhombuses are added to the design of the jumpers of the vintage womenswear collection. For the 110th Anniversary Collection, the inspiration of that design translates to a crewneck sweater, a turtleneck sweater, and a sweater with zipper. In a continuous effort to evolve, it’s naturally suitable for both performance and fashion.
WHITE ROCK JUMPER
On May 8th, 1978, Reinhold Messner made his ascent of Mount Everest along with Austrian mountaineer Peter Habeler, remarkably, without supplemental oxygen. They achieved this monumental feat while wearing FILA mountain gear.
Messner (left) and Habeler are seen here in their now-iconic jumper at the peak of Mount Everest. The White Rock collection, inspired by Messner, was comprised of pieces that could withstand the elements and risks involved with such an adventure.
Labeled “one of the most powerful stylists in the world” by The Daily Telegraph, London-based Grand is a stylist, editor, and creative director whose talent and work has spanned decades. The pieces she reimagined for the Anniversary Collection were “chosen for historical value and beauty” and then layered with a contemporary fit.