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Porsche Design Brings Back Classic Colors

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For its new Summer collection Porsche Design is bringing back the classic styling and colors of the 1968 collection from Driver’s Selection, as an homage to colour spectrum of 911 in the late ‘60s, including Tangerine, Polo Red, Irish Green and Ossi Blue. The collection also includes new Martini-coloured items inspired by the 1971 Le Mans winner Porsche 917.

Featuring distinctive light blue, dark blue and red stripes, the Martini range includes clothing items, accessories and sports equipment. New to this year’s collection are the Martini Racing Sportsline Jackets in white for ladies (£175), dark blue for men (£175) and a limited edition red, also for men (£190). The range also includes Martini Racing longsleeve tops for men and women (£60); as well as polo shirts in deep blue, priced at (£55) and to complete the look, this year’s collection also includes the Martini racing baseball cap (£20).

The range-topping item is a pair of Aviator Sunglasses (£150) trimmed in blue.

The normal range of classic items incorporating the motif of contrasted blocks of colour and cars in the 1968 colours include T-shirts for men, women and children are priced at £39 and £25 respectively. The stylish messenger bag (£85) and shopping bag (£89), set of Glass Coasters (£40), the Collector’s Cup No.12 (£15) and the Breakfast boards and an umbrella (£40) are other notable goodies.

But perhaps the main highlights of the whole package is the Speedminton set (£125), a high performance badminton kit. The set includes two carbon-composite racquets created for enhanced precision and impact and five high-speed shuttlecocks.

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