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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Teams, Not Players by Mark Yesilevskiy

Graphic designer Mark Yesilevskiy has got quite a Savile Rogue-ish philosophy to his football artwork. But whereas we shun crests and slogans in favour a timeless look for our scarves, Mark ditches the heads and bodies of individual players so that the focus of his work is the team. He reckons the kit being worn by a team at any … Continue reading

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Evolution of the World Cup ball

With the World Cup draw now looming, we can expect a raft of World Cup-related products and activities to start to emerge over the next few months. Quick out of the blocks is this celebration of the evolution of the World Cup ball. Designer Peter Hamilton has group together 16 official tournament balls into one poster. The Slazenger 25 Challenge … Continue reading

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Jack Wilshere’s tracksuit and tie look

There were a few stories in last week’s papers that Arsene Wenger had decided he wanted a more formal matchday look for his players. He was scrapping the existing policy that an official club tracksuit should be worn to matches in favour of a new club suit, white shirt and red tie provided by Lanvin, the club’s official tailor. It … Continue reading

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Adidas – Know Your Roots by Michael Atkinson

Who do you think you are? Regardless of your ancestry or who you happen to think you are, here’s a family tree that we can all get behind. Newcastle-based illustrator Michael Atkinson has put together this very stylish little chart of some of the best-known players to align themselves with the Adidas brand for commercial purposes. It’s just a personal … Continue reading

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Subbuteo Salt & Pepper Grinders

If Subbuteo used to invade your kitchen table, it can now do so once again – and this time with legitimate reasons. Design studio Thatbo has taken the original 1960s Subbuteo figures and used them as inspiration for a very nice set of salt and pepper grinders. The products are officially licensed from everybody’s favourite finger-flicking fun game. It’s not … Continue reading

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Russell wears the right Brand of football scarf

One of our favourite rogues, Russell Brand was pictured in the papers this week sporting both his Savile Rogue ‘King’ West Ham scarf and matching Savile Rogue socks. Given that his XFM co-presenter Noel Gallagher has been wearing Savile Rogue for a couple of years, Russell has taken his time to sharpen up his football scarf wardrobe. But we think … Continue reading

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5-a-side by Jody Craddock

We like to bring you the finest in football art on this blog, but it is very rare that the work we bring you is from the hand of a footballer. That is the case here. The piece you can see to the right was done by Wolves defender Jody Craddock. He is building up quite a career for himself … Continue reading

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Our new beanie hats: Savile Rogue, but for your head

Our cashmere scarves have long been established as providing unbeatable matchday warmth. While we continue to take pride in providing you with the finest in football neckwear, we couldn’t help but notice that your ears and head were not so well served. Should you leave them exposed to the cold, cover them with an inferior product or wrap your Savile … Continue reading

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Leeds picture scarf by Admiral

Another great spot from the team at Got, Not Got, here’s a slightly less understated scarf than the ones to which we are accustomed. This beauty was made by Admiral for Leeds United. On one side it features the club’s name and Admiral logo in a particularly vivid yellow and blue. One the reverse the scarf really comes into its … Continue reading

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Delia Smith’s recipe for matchday wear

Take one Savile Rogue cashmere scarf and tie loosely around the neck. Own brand products may also work but the results will not be as impressive. Head to the game with the scarf in position. Using cashmere will ensure that you are kept at a suitable temperature throughout that match.. Lastly, ensure that you’re featured by Match of the Day … Continue reading

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