University of Cambridge x Replay

15 Sep 2022

Plus Licens is excited to announce a new collaboration between the University of Cambridge and the leading Italian fashion brand Replay. The partnership will see the release of a limited-edition capsule collection for the Fall/Winter season of 2022.

The collection celebrates the world renown and vibrant spirit of the University of Cambridge; one of the world’s leading universities. Founded in 1209, Cambridge has welcomed and nurtured students for hundreds of years and today is home to an ever-more diverse cohort of 23,000 students from more than 140 countries. Alumni include Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking, and Sir David Attenborough, and this tradition of luminary research and insight continues to shift and deepen our understanding of the world around us.

The most quintessential college wear

Replay’s University of Cambridge collection features t-shirts, polo shirts, and sweatshirts using a subtle palette with clean tonal branding through prints, embroidery, and flocking – the garments are a new take on the most quintessential college wear.

The entire collection is made of 100% cotton and features dedicated branding and labeling, customized with the Replay Tribute logo. The Replay Tribute series also includes a collaboration with American Ivy League university Harvard.

Retail prices start at €69 for t-shirts and €139 for sweatshirts. The limited edition Replay Tribute collection will be available in October 2022 in Replay stores worldwide, through the wholesale channel, and online at


About The University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge, steeped in its rich 800-year history, with its spectacular University Museums, and a list of alumni including over 110 Nobel Prize winners, is an institution known worldwide.

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About Replay

Replay is an Italian premium denim and casualwear brand known for its innovative, high-quality, characteristically Italian design. Replay Tribute is a series of limited-edition capsule collections inspired by institutions such as the University of Cambridge and its universal cultural heritage.

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