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50 Designers Create Super Bowl 50 Footballs

Who says fashion and football don't mix?
The NFL and the Council of Fashion Designers of America CFDA have once again collaborated to create bespoke footballs for the Super Bowl.
Fifty designers, including those listed below, have designed the balls, which will be unveiled on January 20 and auctioned off on the Web site to benefit the NFL Foundation.
Super Bowl 50 will be held at Levi's Stadium, "the field of jeans," on February 7, 2016.
Can you match the football to the designer?

  1. Nicole Miller
  2. Tiffany
  3. Vince Camuto
  4. Kenneth Cole
  5. Rag & Bone
  6. Michael Bastian
  7. Rachel Zoe

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