Arsenal fans love which rapper club have got to launch new collection as they say 'real recognise real' | The SunSeptember 12, 2023
ARSENAL fans are in love with the club's new fashion collection after it was launched by a rap superstar.
The Gunners and Adidas have teamed up to create the LFSTLR range.
Football meets relaxed fashion in the new collection with Arsenal's green and blue third shirt the inspiration of the new gear.
The kit has been modified using doubleknit fabric and features an embroidered Arsenal badge and no Emirates sponsor.
It is also made from 100 per cent recycled materials.
The range was surprisingly not launched by Arsenal players like Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Jesus, who promoted the playing jersey.
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Instead American rapper Pusha T modelled the new clothes.
The 46-year-old's most recent album "It's Almost Dry" rose to seventh on the UK charts and he has featured on three top 40 hits in England and the US.
He has also worked closely over the years with Pharrell Williams and Kanye West, while having a feud with Drake.
Fans loved Pusha T's involvement, one said: "Pusha T modelling our third kit that isn’t even our third kit? We’re actually massive."
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More joined in, adding: "These guys got Pusha T modelling our jerseys. Different level."
A third said: "Pusha T knows. Real recognises real."
Others were huge fans of the new range, saying: "Take. My. Money."
Another commented: "I speak for all of Arsenal fans that we will be buying it."
The club's kits for this season have received mixed responses with supporters loving the home shirt but labelling the fluorescent away strip as "the worst in living memory."
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