It may have passed you by while reading Cosmo, but Giorgio Armani has designed the outfits for the Italian Olympic team. As you can see from the above photo, they’re awful – the sort of tracksuits wannabe mafia wear in Naples.
So why am I posting about them? Because Giorgio’s sewn the words of the Italian national anthem into them.
He doesn’t seem that confident in the patriotic gesture, though. The lines are either hidden on the inside of jackets or underneath collars, which is not exactly the best placing for forgetful gold medalists.
If I were him, I’d have written a couple of its lines in big letters on the front and back, preferably with an English translation:
Siam pronti alla morte. L’Italia chiamòWe are ready to die. Italy has called