Pharrell Williams designed Adidas jerseys for some of Europe’s biggest clubs (image via Adidas)

Adidas Football has unveiled a new partnership with Pharrell Williams, who has designed jerseys for some of Europe’s biggest clubs.

For each of the teams – Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Manchester United and Real Madrid – Pharrell and Human race looked to the club’s history, reworking iconic shirts in a hand-painted aesthetic.

Marcus Rashford modelling Manchester United’s kit (image via Adidas)

For Arsenal, the “Bruised Banana” away shirt of the early 1990s has been redesigned with a paint-bleed effect, while Bayern Munich’s 1991-93 home shirt was the basis for one kit.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang modelling Arsenal’s kit (image via Adidas)

The new Juventus kit is an update to 2015/16’s pink away shirt, Manchester United’s is based on the blue and white snowflake pattern work from 1990 until 1992 and Real Madrid’s is a homage to the Yohji Yamamoto-designed kit worn by the club in the 2014/15 season.

Paulo Dybala modelling Juventus’ kit (image via Adidas)
Marcelo Vieira modelling Real Madrid’s kit (image via Adidas)

As well as designing kits for five European giants, Pharrell and Humanrace also partnered with Adidas for two jerseys to be worn by London-based community team Romance FC. The two kits feature different interpretations of a zig-zag pattern, with the hand-painted effect bringing in Romance FC’s usual rainbow colours.

Romance FC kits (image via Adidas)

Arsenal, Manchester United and Real Madrid will wear the designs as pre-match jerseys beginning on October 24, while Juventus will sport its kit in-match on October 25 and the Bayern Munich design will make its debut during the club’s next knock out game in the domestic cub.