When I was a kid red and yellow were my favorite color combination! It just looks so beautiful to my eyes. That’s why I love the DHL colors.
Did you know that the H in DHL, Larry Hillblom, fathered a Filipino daughter?
I watched a docu on his life and mysterious circumstances regarding his death. I became obsessed and found his Filipino heiress/daughter on Instagram where I stalk her (no, you can’t find her because her mom remarried and she changed her surname).
Last Spring 2016, this was the T-shirt any hardcore fashionista wanted to have.
For those of us who didn’t get a chance to buy the first DHL tee created by Vetements, we have another chance as ten new DHL-branded fashion items will be available for Spring/Summer 2018.
Vetements recently hosted a Paris Fashion Week event at the Parking Europe Garage where the capsule collection—including a T-shirt, hoodie, sweater, pants, cap, polo shirt and socks—were exhibited.
The collection was photographed by Vetements’ design head Demna Gvasalia at 50 locations around Zürich and installed on two meter high metal plates.
“This collaboration with Vetements and the broader range of DHL items in their capsule collection is a great privilege for us and a real endorsement of DHL as one of the most recognized and valuable global brands. The Vetements designs emphasize perfectly DHL’s role in enabling global fashion and e-commerce with our logistics services. At the same time they also show our commitment to the fashion industry and that we are always in tune with the times,” said Ken Allen, CEO DHL Express.
— DHL Africa (@DHLAfrica) March 17, 2016
The continued collaboration with Vetements is in line with DHL’s fashion partnership strategy, which sees the company working with the most relevant organizations in fashion globally and locally.
This allows DHL to support the fashion industry in a meaningful way, leveraging its portfolio of end-to-end logistics solutions for fashion, retail and e-commerce. It demonstrates the role DHL plays as one of the most valuable global brands and one of the largest “outfitters” in the world as the company provides Corporate Wear to some 200,000 employees globally.
True to the motto: Red and yellow will never go out of fashion.