The soccer jersey is revamped by Ambush's Yoon Ahn, Koché's Christelle Kocher, MadeMe's Erin Magee and Marine Serre.
Ahead of the 2019 Women's World Cup this summer, the global sports brand is pushing forward its innovation and offerings for female customers and athletes.
We've all got a bad case of World Cup fever, according to Lyst.
As soccer and fashion collide, what does this mean for the fan apparel market?
Plus, a first look at Kanye West's new merch.
World Cup fans brought sales up 41 percent for the soccer category.
And Rihanna had the BEST time at the World Cup.
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The World Cup lasted way longer than the 17-year-old's beauty contract.
A few seconds on the Jumbotron could have kickstarted a modeling career for this Belgian beauty.
And Taylor Schilling rocks some serious orange (... Is the New Black) on the cover of 'Allure.'
Sure, Americans don't really care about soccer. But retailers are betting that they care about shopping the World Cup.
And Kate Upton had her birthday at a tiki bar.
And Nic Cage wore a shirt with his face on it.
Plus, everyone looked really good at Stella McCartney's resort presentation.
Fashion and sports don't often mix, but leave it to the World Cup to bring these two disparate worlds together. Louis Vuitton designed the carrying case for the World Cup Trophy. Dolce & Gabbana outfits the Italian national team. Soccer players are such lovely specimens that they often double as models (see David Beckham for Armani, Kaka for Armani, and Freddie Ljungberg for Calvin Klein to name a few). But the funniest instance of the worlds of fashion and football colliding happened yesterday, when the Daily Telegraph's Hilary Alexander essentially live-twittered the England-Germany match. The Brit paper's fashion director proved she is just as serious about football as she is about fashion. Well, almost.