Settpace Unveils Hauntingly Luxurious Halloween Kit Concept for Liverpool FC


Just in time for the spooky season, renowned concept kit designer Settpace has conjured up a chillingly stylish Halloween edition Nike x Alexander McQueen kit for Liverpool FC.

Blending the club's iconic red with the legendary fashion house's trademark flair, this concept kit features discreet skull motifs, embodying the eerie essence of Halloween. While Halloween is typically associated with all things frightful, Settpace has taken a different approach, envisioning Liverpool fans draped in a cutting-edge design that seamlessly merges a sportswear giant with a luxury fashion label.

In the tradition of Settpace's imaginative collaborations, this iteration features Nike, the current sponsor of Liverpool, partnering with the influential late designer Alexander McQueen to create a visually mesmerizing shirt design that is sure to send LFC fans, collectors, and fashion enthusiasts into a frenzy.

The Nike x Alexander McQueen Liverpool concept shirt brings together a sleek black base with vibrant red and grey accents. The eye-catching red floral patterns not only evoke images of the club's rich heritage but also add a touch of playful morbidity - reminiscent of blood against the contrasting grey backdrop of intricately detailed skulls.

The design is elevated by an impactful interpretation of the LFC crest, serving as the perfect finishing touch. Considering Napoli's successful release of Halloween-themed kits in recent years, it begs the question: could this be a trend adopted by other clubs in the future?

The avant-garde collaboration between Settpace, Nike, and Alexander McQueen has undoubtedly set a new standard for fashion-forward football kits, leaving fans eagerly anticipating what imaginative concepts may come next. Is this design worthy of a standalone special edition fourth kit?

Regardless, we wholeheartedly embrace such daring forays into kit design. Brands, pay attention. Take a look at more of Settpace's impressive creations here. Don't forget to subscribe to our Newsletter.

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