8 Photos - Aug 6, 2012
Photo: Great Britain’s Olympic uniforms were designed by a collaboration between Stella McCartney and Adidas. “You shouldn’t have to sacrifice style for sport,” McCartney told BBC.  What do you think about this team’s look?Photo: USA’s Olympic uniforms were designed by Ralph Lauren and modeled here by swimmer Ryan Lochte, decathlete Bryan Clay, rower Giuseppe Lanzone and soccer player Heather Mitts. What do you think about this team’s look?Photo: Italy’s Olympic uniforms were designed by Giorgio Armani. As a special patriotic note, the words of Italy’s national anthem are stitched into the lining of the opening-ceremony jackets and under the collar of the polo shirts. In addition to the uniforms, each team member received a 50-piece clothing collection and a luggage set from Armani.  What do you think about this team’s look?Photo: The Republic of San Marino’s Olympic uniforms were designed by Salvatore Ferragamo. The athletes look sharp and sleek from head to toe. What do you think about this team’s look?Photo: Jamaica’s Olympic uniforms were designed by a partnership with Puma and Cedella Marley, the daughter of Bob Marley who is a musical icon in her native country. In honor of her father, Marley named the opening-ceremony shirt the “Buffalo Soldier button-down,” and had the words “Positive Vibrations” stitched on the inside of the collar. What do you think about this team’s look?Photo: Belize’s Olympic uniforms were designed by Jeff Banks. “I used The Great Gatsby as my inspiration with a modern touch reflecting the Belize Caribbean sprit,” Banks said to describe the team’s uniforms. What do you think about this team’s look?Photo: France’s Olympic equestrian team blazers were designed by Hermes. The red-collared, blue blazers were designed in a technical fabric to allow riders freedom of movement. What do you think about this look?Photo: Italy’s Olympic sailing team uniforms were designed by Prada. In addition to supplying technical clothing for the athletes and their coaches, Prada’s logo is also on the hulls and sails of Italy’s competing boats. What do you think about this look?