The Council of Fashion Designers of America were at Citi Field yesterday to debut their new Mets collaboration.
The line, which features a variety of jerseys, Henley shirts, trail jackets, tanks and t-shirts by the likes of Billy Reid, Yigal Azrouël, Rogan Gregory for Loomstate, Scott Haan and Jeff Halmos for Shipley Halmos, will be sold exclusively at Citi Field from July 24, and is available now for special pre-order at online concept store Edition01.com.
If you’re looking for something different in the area of Mets apparel, this might be a way to go. I’m not really into fashion myself, and would probably stick with something from The 7 Line, but some of this was interesting looking.
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Here’s the model, Coco Rocha, recording a “Let’s go Mets!” chant for the scoreboard. This was her first baseball game.
Here’s the same shirt on a mannequin in the Mets store.
Here’s Matt Harvey jogging out to shag fly balls.
Here’s Josh Edgin delivering a pitch.
Here’s a tray of disappointing Buffalo Chicken Nachos. They weren’t bad, just didn’t do much for me. Nachos don’t seem like a great ballpark food, too messy. There were too many peppers just plopped there, and not enough blue cheese/sauce. The chicken was okay, but not great. Really, a tray is a bad way to serve nachos. They need to be on something flatter, like a plate, so the mixings get on ALL the chips, rather than just plopped on top of a few leaving you to messily try to scoop together the chicken and pepper onto a chip with sauce on it while leaning on an unused counter and trying to follow the game.