NBA Jerseys Redesigned with Fashion Brands

Media Lab@BleacherReportBleacher ReportJune 8, 2015

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NBA jerseys get mashed up all the time—into soccer kits and NFL helmets, for instance—but not like this.

Bleacher Report's Media Lab teamed up with fashion illustrator Meagan Morrison to imagine what 10 classic NBA jerseys would look like if they were redesigned by 10 menswear designers. For example, Morrison illustrated Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat in a jersey that blends the flare and flashy culture of Miami with the aesthetic and design motifs of Moschino.

By coupling each team's culture and reputation with the traits that distinguish each designer, Morrison has meticulously mashed up 10 original NBA jerseys. Take a look!

Los Angeles Lakers x Versace

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Miami Heat x Moschino

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Golden State Warriors x Hood By Air

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New York Knicks x Public School

Meagan Morrison @travelwritedraw

Oklahoma City Thunder x Balmain

Meagan Morrison @travelwritedraw

Chicago Bulls x Dolce & Gabbana

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San Antonio Spurs x Saint Laurent

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Boston Celtics x Dries Van Noten

Meagan Morrison @travelwritedraw

Los Angeles Clippers x Givenchy

Meagan Morrison @travelwritedraw

Washington Wizards x Balenciaga 

Meagan Morrison @travelwritedraw

What other high-fashion brands would you like to see mashed up with NBA jerseys?  

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