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An EU-themed "hoodie" designed by a Berlin streetwear label has become the it-garment for German politicians signalling a stance against nationalist forces in European Parliament elections.At the time of the Brexit vote almost two years ago, Berlin fashion designer David Mallon produced the first few hundred of the dark blue "EUnify" sweaters.He removed one of the 12 golden stars and stuck it onto the back of the hooded jumper, along with the phone number of the European Union's information hotline.Another early adopter was the youthful leader of the liberal, pro-business FDP party, Christian Lindner, who posted a picture of himself in an EU sweater on Instagram.
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