News: MEYBA Announce Exciting New Shirt Collab With The Beatles

Spanish sportswear brand Meyba has teamed up with The Beatles to create a limited-edition collection of shirts inspired by the epic back catalogue of music, film & images by The Beatles. 

The initial collection’s main focus is a monochrome deep dive into the iconic Abbey Road album artwork that was released in 1969. The famous ZEBRA crossing and classic black and white THE BEATLES ‘Long T’ logos are used as inspiration in a number of methods and formats across the collection. MEYBA have paired this globally recognised iconography with their classic cuts, current fashion shapes and styles to create this iconic one-off collection.

MEYBA was formed in Barcelona, Catalonia,  Spain by Josep Mestre and Joanquim in the 1940’s. The company rose to prominence in the 1980’s when they became FC Barcelona’s first branded Kit supplier. The 10 years that followed The MEYBA M was worn by the likes of

Maradona, Michael Laudrup, Ronald Koeman, and the young Pep Guardiola all managed by Johan Cryuff. MEYBA has worked with and continues to supply professional clubs globally.

Today, MEYBA brings a collection of fashion forward lifestyle product to compliment their football heritage. Recent fashion collaborations include the famous FC REAL BRISTOL from Japan, Rave Skateboards in Paris, The Huey P Newton Foundation in Oakland California & FSTBL B & Voll-Damm in Barcelona.

Now with the announcement of the MEYBA x The Beatles collection, MEYBA states  “The worlds of football, Music and Fashion have never been so closely aligned, working with Apple corps on this The Beatles collaboration is the pinnacle of this movement, we used our heritage and forward thinking design to create a never seen before collaboration that will appeal to Music and football fans around the world”

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