‘Instant purchase’ – Arsenal home kit for 2022-23 leaked online with fans in love with Adidas’ new throwback design

ARSENAL fans have gone wild for the club’s new leaked home kit.

Footy Headlines have revealed stunning details of Arsenal’s 2022/23 jersey.

Arsenal fans are loving Adidas' new leaked kit for next season


Arsenal fans are loving Adidas’ new leaked kit for next seasonCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk
The red-and-white jersey does away with the current blue trim


The red-and-white jersey does away with the current blue trimCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk

And Gunners supporters admit they are already in love with Adidas’ new throwback design.

Some have even declared that the kit is an ‘instant purchase’.

The gorgeous red top boasts a slick white collar complete with red lightning trim.

Meanwhile, white Adidas stripes flank the shoulders before the sleeves drop off into pure white.

And it is the first Arsenal kit since they struck a deal with the German manufacturer in 2019 which does not feature any blue detailing.

Ironically, it does bear a similar resemblance to the 2019/20 jersey, as

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Couple bringing postmodern design to run-down Holyoke home

Nestled in a tight row of houses in the city’s Oakdale District sits an architectural anomaly. Covered entirely with black siding, and featuring no forward-facing windows, the small Victorian home has become a source of wonderment for passersby.

At first glance, the 850-square-foot, two-story house is unsettling and inefficient by appearance. However, a deeper look into the home itself and the mind behind it unveils artist and designer Kevin MacDonald’s knack for design innovation and eye for detail.

Once in shambles, the home has become a pet project for MacDonald, an artist specializing in modern high-end design architecture who spent the majority of his career in New York City and Los Angeles building furniture, homes and fine interiors. Eight years ago, he moved to western Massachusetts from New York, attracted to the artist community and architecture of the region.

“I am not in this to be status quo,” MacDonald remarks

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Google Home Unveils New User-Friendly Design

The Google Home app will soon make controlling smart gadgets a lot easier.

A recent report from 9to5Google mentioned that the app for Google’s smart speaker is getting a new design that would make its device grid similar to the Device control panel on Android 11+ devices.

The redesigned device grid will come to Google Home apps on version 2.49, which is expected to arrive “over the next few weeks,” per the Google Home app’s Apple App Store preview page. 

Google Home App Redesign Details

9to5Google’s report mentioned that the device grid of the Google Home app would make it faster for users to control smart gadgets from the main tab, just like they would with the Device control panel on Android 11+.

The new design consists of fully interactable rounded rectangle tiles that come with device icons instead of large device icons. 

These rounded rectangle tiles were found to

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Designer opens downtown Naperville shop for interiors or decor

Lauren Fasolo discovered her passion for design during a community college drafting class.

The longtime Naperville resident was fascinated by what could be done with the right materials in the right space, so much so that a winding road led to a leap of faith as she forged a career. Years later, she’s still leaping.

Fasolo has spent the bulk of her adult life building credentials as an interior designer, but she recently expanded her operations by opening a shop in downtown Naperville. Ellce Home Design Studio and Shop not only offers design expertise, but associates also sell furniture and other merchandise for homes.

Fasolo, a 1993 Naperville Central graduate, flirted with the idea of a design shop for years. She sold a small number of items at her former location in a house behind School of Rock on North Washington Street, but she never had the perfect space.


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