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Fila Debuts Mad For Plaid Line for Roland Garros

Fila will paint Paris plaid this month.

The brand will launch its women’s Mad For Plaid line, which fashions bold plaid prints in tones of melon, tropical coral and crisp white, at Roland Garros.

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Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, 2019 Rome champion Karolina Pliskova, Kiki Bertens and Timea Babos will all wear the Mad For Plaid collection.


The cross back cami tank introduces a modern-day twist on a Fila classic with contrast color self-fabric cross-back straps, while the racerback tank is offered in two distinct styles.


The tartan-skimmed sleeveless polo serves up printed panels at the front and back, along with a four snap placket for adjusted comfort.

The short sleeve v-neck top offers a full coverage option, as printed side panels meet contrast color binding to create a conservative, yet sophisticated look.

Fila-sponsored ATP players John Isner, Reilly Opelka, Diego Schwartzman, Sam Querrey and Andreas Seppi will stand up and stand out wearing the break point collection in a color palette of black, gold fusion and white.



The break point crew provides unique angles and contrasts of black and gold, finished with a detailed topstitch, while the new Slash Crew offers unforgettable geometric flare with sharp, breakaway lines paired with made-to-move pinhole mesh panels.

The break point polo provides serious clay-court style with a unique contrast of color in the flat knit collar and a three button placket for those looking to keep it classy.

The break point short, available in black or white with gold fusion accents, pairs back perfectly to any shirt choice.

Photo credit: Fila