Uniforms of Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders are made by Vera Wang

Sep 30, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders perform prior to playing the New York Giants at Lincoln Financial Field.The Eagles defeated The Giants 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

If you don’t know who Vera Wang is, there’s a good chance the lady in your life does. Maybe that’s the plan of the Philadelphia Eagles, who employed her to create their uniforms for this season.

Philly.com is reporting that Wang designed the uniforms with a little nudging from the wife of Eagles co-owner Jefferey Lurie, Christina.

It’ll be the first uniform change for the Eagles cheerleaders in a decade:

It’s been 10 years since this Philly flock has switched up its look, but a fresh, new makeover has landed. Come Sunday, football viewers across the country will see new uniforms on the Eagles cheerleaders at the team’s home opener at Lincoln Financial Field. Once again, world-renowned designer Vera Wang, who created and debuted the cheer squad’s visible white, black and green spandex pieces in 2003, undertook the hefty responsibility of creating stylish athletic wear in a city filled with tough critics.

The Eagles have had one of the more bland uniforms in recent years, something that will change with the new addition. Of course, given the cold weather, you might only see them a few times this year.

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