PARIS – Call it pitch perfect. Dior Artistic Director Kim Jones has designed looks that Paris Saint-Germain’s top football team will wear for the next two seasons.

“The decision to work with PSG for the team’s official cloakroom was a natural one, as we share values ​​that we consider essential, such as the pursuit of excellence, beyond ourselves, collective achievement and the power of constant reinvention”, said Pietro Beccari, President and CEO of Christian Dior Couture.

“This symbolic alliance marks a new and completely unprecedented chapter in the history of Dior, which for the first time partnered in the world of sport with a club whose international reputation and unique leadership make these passions shine around the world ”He went on, adding that football“ instills a sense of team spirit, perseverance and a will to never give up – all fundamental key values ​​for me and my teams at Dior ”.

The looks Jones designed for the players are in black and navy blue tones and range from casual to elegant.

A sketch of casual and formal looks that Dior designed for Paris Saint-Germain players.
Courtesy of Dior

For leisure time there is a Harrington jacket, a knitted sweater and a polo shirt, each with an embroidered “Paris Saint-Germain” patch and the “CD Icon” initials. Dior Explorer Derbies made of black leather with Dior Oblique motif have insoles with an embossed jersey number of the player.

On the more formal side are a cashmere coat, jacket, shirt and pants. In terms of footwear, Dior Timeless Cap Toe Derbies are also with an embossed inside.

Accessories include a saddle bag made of black grained calfskin, a jacquard tie with the Paris Saint-Germain logo, a cashmere scarf and a reversible belt.

Paris Saint-Germain is one of the top soccer teams in the world. It has won 27 trophies in 10 years – and 43 since its inception in 1970 – and has attracted superstars like Ronaldinho, David Beckham, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and, more recently, Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr. and Kylian Mbappé.

Paris Saint-Germain has built more than 140 million fans on social media and now has offices in Doha, Qatar; Shanghai; China and Singapore.

Hugo Boss was most recently the official dressage rider for the Paris Saint-Germain soccer players.

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