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House Of Errors Present Knitted Capsule Inspired By Classic Jerseys

London-based label House of Errors are back with two more heavyweight knitted football tops, following on from their previous drops earlier this year which took inspiration from France’s 1998 home jersey and Arsenal’s classic Bruised Banana design.

Taking inspiration from some classic jerseys from the past, cult label House of Errors have revealed a two-part follow-up to their first heavyweight knitted football tops, combining the already released reinterpretations of the Arsenal ‘Bruised Banana’ and France ’98 designs with a Brazil 2002 home-inspired option and a Jorge Campos-esque long-sleeve keeper inspired number.

The tops are made from soft acrylic/nylon yarn with a heavy multi-layered knit construction, and boast a boxy silhouette. Club crests are replaced by House of Error branding, which also features big and bold on the rear of each design.

The now four-piece collection was shot in the Pyrenees by Tom Emmerson, with the models recreating iconic moments from the beautiful game, such as Zidane’s infamous last act as a professional player, with the glorious backdrop of the mountainous peaks.

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The heavyweight knitted tops are available now at

Daniel Jones

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