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Unwanted FC x PPRN Seoul Release Anabada Jersey

Unwanted FC x PPRN Seoul Release Anabada Jersey

Article by: Mitchell Grimes

Wed, Sep 08.21

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  • Unwanted FC x PPRN Seoul Release Anabada Jersey

    Unwanted FC has teamed up with PPRN Seoul to produce the ‘ANABADA’ jersey. ANABADA is a Korean term that translates to ‘Conserve, Share, Exchange, Reuse’.

    The Anabada movement began in the ‘90s, where Koreans were urged to form new sustainable habits regarding recycling and second-hand consumption.

    The brands have created a Home and Away jersey, complete with English & Korean detailing. The two cities of Brisbane and Seoul are incorporated on the back of the jersey along with the number 0 which represents Unwanted’s mission of sustainability in football.

    Unwanted FC are unmatched in Australia when it comes to upcycling and sustainability in football, mainly known for the vintage jerseys and upcycling service where they give vintage jerseys a second life.

    "Unwanted FC gives pre-loved football garments a second life. We're able to do this effectively through upcycling, which adds substantial value to something that was deemed 'unwanted'. Since day 1 our focus has been set on the strong values of bringing slow fashion and football closer together" 

    - Kevin Chan (Co-Founder)  

    Unwanted FC

    Unwanted used Bizzell’s Garage in Paddington, Brisbane to shoot, which has become a popular spot for vintage markets and pop-ups selling vintage clothing.

    The Jersey is available in limited numbers at unwantedfc.com 

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