adidas has officially kicked off its partnership with the Jamaican Football Federation, with the Three Stripes calling on Wales Bonner to design JA’s brand-new collection.
English fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner turns anything she touches into gold; so can be said for her recognizable partnership with adidas. The CFDA and LVMH award winner is swiftly becoming a legend in the fashion space, now reuniting with the adidas to design Jamaica’s next team kit.
Alongside the Jamaican Football Federation, the collection acts as the first under its four-year contract. The range includes four match-day garments — home and away kits, a pre-match jersey, and a reversible anthem jacket.
Made for men’s and women’s groups, the collection is packed with Jamaican flair and represents the country’s vibrant culture at every point. Merging Caribbean flag hues with Bonner’s identifiable aesthetic, linear graphics decorate on-field uniforms with bright yellow and green tones. Meanwhile, the JFF’s circular emblem adorns the left chest, and adidas’ Trefoil logo sits on the right.
Next, relaxed ensembles are fashioned with dotted monogram prints that boast embroidered Wales Bonner text. The lightweight jacket dons a similar design on both sides for interchangeable wearability.
Take a closer look at the all-new Jamaican football kits in the gallery above. The collection is available for purchase now via the adidas website.
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