Duvin Design & Miami HEAT Join Forces to Unveil 1980s Inspired Capsule Collection

Duvin Design & Miami HEAT Join Forces to Unveil 1980s Inspired Capsule Collection

In March 2024, Duvin Design, a brand celebrated for its laid-back lifestyle apparel, and Court Culture, the Miami HEAT’s fashion label, is set to launch a limited-edition collection that’s a vibrant throwback to the ’80s Miami vibe. This unique partnership marries Duvin’s flair for nostalgic designs with the iconic style of the Miami HEAT, creating a collection that’s as much about celebrating the past as it is about wearing it.

A Nostalgic Journey Back to ’88

Picture the electric atmosphere of Miami in the late ’80s – a place of vibrant colors, dynamic sports culture, and the unmistakable vibe of spring break. This collection is an homage to that era, inspired by the HEAT’s eye-catching colorways and the spirited lifestyle of Miami’s locals and visitors. It’s like taking a trip back to 1988, but with clothes that fit the modern wardrobe.

The collaboration features 14 pieces, each with a story to tell and a design that speaks volumes about the era it draws inspiration from. The color palette is a sunset blend of pinks and oranges, accented by teal – a nod to Miami’s picturesque palm trees and ocean views. And the prints? They’re all about Miami life, from parrots and windsurfers to the iconic cigarette boats.

Austin Duvall, Co-Founder of Duvin Design, shared, “Merging our vintage Florida lifestyle brand with the Miami HEAT’s rich history felt like destiny. We dove deep into the archives to bring HEAT fans something special, a collection that’s not just wearable but tells the story of an era.”

From Beach to Bar: A Style for Every Occasion

The collection’s versatility is one of its strongest suits. With garment-washed tees, swim trunks, and Tencel button-ups, it’s designed for those who value comfort without compromising on style. Whether you’re hitting the beach or heading out for drinks, there’s something in this collection for every part of your day – or night.

Manuel Fabian, the Miami HEAT’s Creative Director, expressed his excitement, “We’ve admired Duvin’s work for years, so this collaboration was a dream come true. These pieces capture the essence of Miami’s golden years in a way that resonates with our fans and fashion enthusiasts alike.”

Available Exclusively in Miami

Starting March 22, 2024, fans and fashion-forward individuals alike can get their hands on this exclusive collection. Priced between $40 and $74, the pieces are accessible without sacrificing quality or design. For those looking to own a piece of this nostalgic capsule, head to the Miami HEAT stores located at various prime locations including the Kaseya Center and Miami International Airport, among others.

A Collaboration That Speaks Volumes

This collaboration between Duvin Design and the Miami HEAT is more than just a fashion statement. It’s a celebration of two brands coming together to share their love for Miami’s culture, sports, and fashion. By blending the old with the new, they’ve created a collection that honors the legacy of the Miami HEAT and the timeless appeal of Miami’s lifestyle.

As we await the official launch, it’s clear that this collection will not only appeal to fans of the Miami HEAT and enthusiasts of retro fashion but also to anyone who appreciates the art of blending sports culture with lifestyle apparel. It’s a testament to the enduring influence of ’80s Miami on today’s fashion scene and a reminder of the power of collaboration in creating something truly unique.

For those interested in learning more about the brands behind this exciting launch, visit Duvin Design’s website and follow @Duvin on social media. To dive deeper into Court Culture and its offerings, check out their page on the Miami HEAT store website and follow @courtculture for updates.

In a world where fashion often looks forward, this collection proves that looking back can be just as inspiring. So, mark your calendars for March 22, and get ready to wear a piece of history with the Duvin Design and Miami HEAT’s 1980s-inspired capsule collection.

About Court Culture

Founded in 2015, Court Culture is the official in-house apparel brand of the Miami HEAT – three-time NBA Champions having won titles in 2006, 2012, and 2013 and the celebrated leader in every discipline of the business of basketball. Court Culture is a lifestyle brand that doesn’t simply feature “MIAMI”, but is from Miami, with homegrown designs and locally sourced materials that draw a clearer, more authentic connection to the 305. Designed by the Miami HEAT in-house Creative department this apparel is for HEAT fans, by HEAT fans.

Court Culture has collaborated with renowned brands such as Adidas, lululemon, Mitchell & Ness, and Sprayground. The brand has also designed capsule collections with former and current HEAT players including Tyler Herro, James Johnson, and Kendrick Nunn. Court Culture offers men’s, unisex, and children’s apparel and is proud to be one of the leading teams in the NBA to have size-inclusive women’s apparel designed for women by women, available in sizes XS – 4X. For more information, visit miamiheatstore.com/pages/court-culture.

About Duvin Design Co.

Duvin Design Co., the Official Uniform of People Who Hate Uniforms, was started by a group of lifelong friends on the balmy beaches of Florida in 2010. Almost twelve years later, the brand is sold in over 130 retailers across 10 countries and is worn by athletes and celebrities from all walks of life. Though the brand’s ethos is based in a surf lifestyle, it has grown through the years to encompass a growing clientele of creatives, musicians, skaters, party starters, and fashion enthusiasts alike.

Often referred to as the internet’s go-to beach brand, Duvin hopes to continue to live up to that moniker as it grows.  The brand is proud to have built a loyal following that returns season after season. As the product offering has expanded, new staples have contributed to the expansion of the brand’s fanbase, which now includes all genders from various corners of the globe. What started as a product based on surf culture has evolved into a fashion brand that caters to anyone looking to have a good time enjoying the sun.

Duvin collections are produced in Los Angeles and internationally, with custom dyeing handled in Los Angeles and all printing done locally in Orlando. Though rumors have circulated that the brand is associated with The Filthy Flamingo Surf Gang, the Duvin team can neither confirm nor deny those claims. For more information, visit DuvinDesign.com

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