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The new year means new kits, and Major League Soccer is celebrating its historic 25th season in a huge way by revealing the new designs at this season's New York Fashion Week.

The full reveal is set to be unveiled by adidas on February 5 just as NYFW kicks into high gear. Titled Forward25, the show celebrates 25 years of Major League Soccer and their enduring partnership with the three stripes brand as they link with celebrity fans to usher in the next chapter of the sport.

The league recently teased the redesigned jerseys, featuring a new font that introduces a layering tri-line effect, as part of MLS’ 25th Season Celebration in 2020. The bold typeface was designed in collaboration with award-winning graphic design studio Face37 and features a special 25th season crest emblazoned on each jersey.

“Our 25th season will celebrate our rich history by honoring the countless people behind the growth of our league and reflecting upon many of the memorable moments in our history,” said MLS Commissioner Don Garber in a league statement. “During this season-long celebration, we’ll also focus on our exciting future as we continue on our path to become one of the top leagues in the world.”

Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is set to walk for Houston Dynamo while OVO Sound’s Majid Jordan will feature for Toronto FC, along with appearances by Trinidad James, actor Jacob Tremblay, and more to be announced.

Follow along on social media under hashtag #FORWARD25 when the full collection is revealed February 6.

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