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Now here's a collaboration we didn't see coming: Marchesa's Georgina Chapman is designing a limited edition shirt for...the NFL, WWD is reporting. Say what? The shirt will debut during the NFL’s two weeks of kickoff festivities in New York around September 5. There's no word yet on how it will be priced--or what it will look like--however it will be interesting, to say the least, to see how the ultimate girlie-girl designer will translate her feminine, over-the-top aesthetic for the football crowd. The collaboration isn't the only way the NFL is upping it's fashion cred, either