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MO1/project now online

Posted in special editions by dodicesimouomo on September 14, 2010

MO1 project _ collaboration with the Massimo Osti Studio

12thMan is glad to announce the release of the MO1 project. The project, which has been developed in collaboration with Massimo Osti Studio, is a tribute to Massimo Osti. After researching the historical Archive in Bologna, four artworks from the early 70′s were selected.  These graphic works, designed by Massimo Osti when he was entering the world of Fashion bringing his experience as a graphic designer, were originally conceived for Chester Perry, his first clothing line, and will now re-live in the form of four limited edition t-shirts, entirely made in italy. Each subject comes in a limited edition of 99 pieces, individually numbered, and will be available in 2 weeks at

www.mo1.it

Massimo Osti (1944 – 2005)

An inventor rather than a fashion designer, Massimo Osti has revolutionised the sportswear industry with brands such C.P. Company, Stone Island, Left Hand and Massimo Osti Production.

“Innovation, elegance, experimentation are the terms often used to describe the work of designer Massimo Osti who, at the end of the 1970s, changed the rules of fashion. He traveled off the beaten path, far from classic and traditional fabrics, inventing new, “future” weaves and discovering new materials commonly used today”

Franca Sozzani, Vogue Italy

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MO1 project _ collaboration with the Massimo Osti Studio Bologna

Posted in special editions by dodicesimouomo on June 24, 2010

MO1 project _ collaboration with the Massimo Osti Studio Bologna

It is no secret that we, at 12thMan, have always admired Massimo Osti and his work (C.P. Company, Stone Island, Boneville, Left Hand among the brands that he created), and it is a great honour for us to introduce our collaboration with the Massimo Osti Studio (Bologna).

MO1 project is a limited edition of 99 pieces per subject (4), individually numbered, inspired by Massimo Osti’s early graphic works from the 70s. Garment Dyed. Made in Italy.

More news to follow soon

12thMan coppa del mondo t-shirt

Posted in special editions by dodicesimouomo on May 13, 2010

12thMan coppa del mondo t-shirt

Italians lose wars as if they were football matches, and football matches as if they were wars (Winston Churchill)

the 1934 World Cup, which took place in Italy, was the first World Cup played in Europe. 16 National Teams took part to it, including 12 european, 3 american and, for the first time, an african one, Egypt. the Cup was won by the italian Azzurri, who would then go on to win the Olymipic gold medal in Berlin (1936) and the World Cup in France (1938). It was then that football became really popular in Italy.

medium grey coloured short sleeved t-shirt in 100% 30:1 cotton 160 grams. garment dyed and then enzym washed to get an extrasoft feel. water-based handprint on chest in light grey. made in italy in limited edition of 99 pieces.