Footballers Who Have Their Own Fashion Brands Or Lines
Football and fashion go hand in hand. Since the playing days of George Best, Pele and Johan Cruyff, we've always looked to footballers for the latest in style. Here are 13 footballers, both male and female, that have their own fashion lines or collections.
No footballer is more synonymous with fashion than David Beckham. People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" 2015, Beckham has his own collection with H&M. You can shop his range of David Beckham Bodywear here.
If you haven't heard of Cristiano Ronaldo's CR7 range, I can't even begin to imagine where you live. I might say under a rock, but most rocks probably have a large CR7 print on them by now. Underwear! Footwear! Shirts! Socks! Blankets! Get it now!
Megan Rapinoe is the best. Her clothing is the best. That's my honest endorsement. Please, someone send me the "Mo Pinoe, Mo Party" shirt ("Caution: if worn, will cause extreme fun).
Rio Ferdinand loves hats — primarily oversized trucker hats. They say "FIVE" on them, so if that just so happens to be your favorite number, boy, do we have the clothing line for you.
Former Arsenal, Wolves, Charlton Athletic, Fulham, and Barnsley product Emmanuel Frimpong is currently on the books in Russia, but his Stay Dench clothing line is here to stay. With hoodies that say "Dench or Die" and shirts that read "F*** What You Heard", I only wish I would've found this online store before Christmas.
All of these products are simply beautiful. Go ahead, take a look. If you're not tempted to buy something, you hate aesthetics.
We would assume Zlatan designed, harvested the materials, stitched, printed, manufactured, modeled, shipped and guaranteed the quality on all these goods himself.
Lionel Messi signed a 7-year deal with Adidas that pays him $20 million per year. With Messi in their camp, Adidas has crafted his own line of clothing, shoes and performance wear.
Neymar has an 11-year deal with Nike that pays him $9.5 million per year, totaling $105m. In June of 2016, Neymar became the first player to collaborate with Nike's Jordan brand.
Ali Krieger has launched a small, but extremely fashionable, line of t-shirts, kids clothes and an incredibly dope New Era 9FIFTY snapback.
Once teammates on the LA Galaxy, Robbie Rogers teamed up with Steven Gerrard for a collection on his Los Angeles-based Hampton + Baker. If you're looking for a stylish coat, particularly of the denim fashion, turn to Hampton + Baker.
Hope Solo has her own line of clothing with pretty much every form of garment available for sale.