AC Milan Collaborates With Fashion House Paper Planes
By Taruka Srivastav | December 7, 2020
AC Milan has collaborated with fashion house Paper Planes to launch an exclusive collection which includes a short sleeved t-shirt, hoodie, bomber jacket, socks, zip-up tracksuit jacket, tracksuit bottoms and snapback cap.
The collection drops exclusively to store.acmilan.com (INT) and paperplane.shop (US) on December 11th, 2020, as well as AC Milan retail stores Casa Milan and San Babila. The collection is available for pre-order for those subscribed to the AC Milan newsletter on December 8th.
“This partnership with Paper Planes, a dynamic brand which sits at the intersection of fashion and culture, is another important step on our journey to position AC Milan as a diverse and relevant lifestyle brand that excites and inspires”, commented Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer AC Milan. “Our brands are linked to two cities in Milan and New York that are global symbols of progress and style, and by our commitment to sharing the values of inclusiveness, creativity and innovation with future generations around the world.”
Paper Planes Emory Jones said, “‘The Paper Plane Teaches You To Imagine’ isn’t just a mantra, it’s a way of life, and our partnership with AC Milan embodies just that. Whether you grew up with the Milan Cathedral as your backdrop or riding bikes across the Brooklyn Bridge… We’re all connected by that wish to be spiritually airborne. To let our dreams take us to the places we can’t walk to. This collection merges the AC Milan & Paper Planes worlds on the strength of that message, and we can’t wait for it to take flight.”
“A pivotal part of Global brand growth is capturing the lifestyle audience and Paper Planes are the perfect vehicle for AC Milan to introduce themselves to these new consumer”, said Michael Yormark, co-CEO of Roc Nation Unified. “A lot of hard work has gone into the design to capture the essence and spirit of both New York City and Milan, and the entire company is thrilled with the outcome.”