Tommy Hilfiger Re-Designs Dallas Cowboys Uniforms

Popular designer Tommy Hilfiger was challenged by ESPN the Magazine to re-design four iconic sports uniforms — the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Cowboys and Montreal Canadiens. His designs will be featured in the March 21st issue. Here is a peak at what Hilfiger’s design for the Cowboys looks like:

Picture courtesy of ESPN the Magazine

Hilfiger writes:

“If you think about America, the symbol that pulls us together as a country is the flag. Compared to the original Cowboys’ uniform design, we love the repetitive feel of the small stars representing a different state that each of the players may come from. Those stars represent the team as a whole, while the helmet represents the player as an individual. We also liked the idea of making each player a star and enlarging it to include his number so everyone would be easily identifiable on camera, even when they’re piled up on the field searching for a fumbled ball!”

What do you think of the Cowboys re-design?

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