Versace Drops Another Luxury Soccer Jersey

Elevated sportswear.

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After introducing a premium soccer jersey earlier this month, Versace follows up with another high-end sport shirt. This luxurious jersey, from the label’s soccer-influenced Fall/Winter 2018 collection, offers wide vertical grey stripes with red accents on the side and collar, complementing the warm-hued “12 VIA GESU” detailing on the rear — a nod to the location of the brand’s Italian headquarters. An unmistakable “Versace” logo appears beneath the brand’s iconic Medusa Head and a golden crown, while the imprint’s shapely linework branding is subtly printed beneath the lighter-hued grey stripes.

Versace’s new soccer shirt may now be purchased from Farfetch’s website for about $827 USD. Check out the women’s iteration below.

Elsewhere, the luxury label’s Head of Sneaker Design teased Spring/Summer 2019’s Chain Reaction runnerin.

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Versace Fall/Winter 2018 Logo Soccer Shirt

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