Last night, the 2015 NFL season kicked off in Canton with the NFL Hall of Fame Game and fans worldwide couldn’t be happier. After 6 more agonizing months without football, fans have been eager to show their support of their favorite team not only in person but also through fashion. The NFL enlisted some of their biggest celebrity fans to show the latest in fan fashion for the upcoming season.
Jamie Chung, Erin Heatherton, Alyssa Milano, Dascha Polanco and Tika Sumpter star in the Women’s campaign, while the Tweens/Juniors has the spotlight on Madison Pettis. Super Bowl XLIX champion Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots and Super Bowl XLV champion Jordy Nelson of the Green Bay Packers headline the Men’s Apparel campaign, showcasing the versatility of NFL fashion.
Via NFL.com – The celebrity fans will be featured in print and digital ads and will serve as social media ambassadors using the hashtag #NFLFanStyle, highlighting their distinctive fashion and favorite trends while wearing the teams they love. The NFL Women’s Apparel campaign returns for its sixth installment while the Tweens/Juniors campaign celebrates its third year.
Tavia and Gracie Hunt (Family of Kansas City Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt), Suzanne Johnson and Sasha Ircha (Family of New York Jets Owner, Woody Johnson) and Tanya, Brittanie and Tiffanie Snyder (Family of Washington Redskins Owner, Daniel M. Snyder) join the NFL Women’s and Tweens/Juniors campaigns again to stylishly represent their teams.
Celebrity stylist Kate Young curated the looks for NFL Women’s Apparel’s print advertisements, which embody the versatility of the clothing. From pairing a studded tee with a skirt and heels to rocking a relaxed jersey top with leggings or overalls, NFL Apparel is a style essential regardless of body type, age or gender.
NFL Men’s Apparel celebrity stylists, Jace Lipstein of Grungy Gentlemen and Stephanie Higgs created looks for Nelson and Edelman, respectively. Both players will be fashion ambassadors throughout the season, showcasing how fashion and football go together every day.
“We strive to give our fans more ways to showcase their passion for their teams by offering options that are customizable and on-trend and we are thrilled to have such a diverse group of ambassadors as part of this year’s campaign,” said Natara Holloway, NFL Vice President Consumer Products Brand and Retail.
pics courtesy NFL.com
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