As the worlds of fashion and sport continue to intertwine, Paris Saint-Germain lead the way with their partnership with Jordan heading into the 2021/22 season.
The French giants have a kit deal with the Nike's basketball-inspired brand, with the club's third shirt boasting the 'Jumpman' logo instead of the traditional swoosh.
However, for next season it seems that will all be flipped on its head, with the 'Jumpman' adorning the home and away kits and the 'swoosh' on the third kit instead.
That can be seen in all its glory on the new home kit, which has been leaked on social media ahead of the official release later in the summer.
The new kit has the traditional navy blue colours with red and white trim, but this season sees the removal of the 'hechter' down the middle of the shirt and replaced with just the outline of one instead.
The shirt is expected to be available to purchase on 22 May according to Footy Headlines, the day before the final game of the Ligue 1 season and end of PSG's campaign after they were eliminated in the semi-finals of the Champions League by Manchester City.
With the red and white cuff on the collar and sleeves, the kit is given a clean and classic look and looks very good in the picture we have to go off.
Despite gaining a reputation for having some of the best-looking kits in recent years, initial reaction to this new one isn't so positive, with many fans unhappy about the lack of traditional colouring down the centre of the shirt.
It's likely that PSG will wear the kit on the final day of the season, when they take on Brest in a game that could see them crowned champions.
The Ligue 1 table currently has just one point separating PSG and Lille at the top with just three games remaining.