12 Submissions from the Red Star Paris Kit Design Contest

Submissions for the Red Star Paris 125th Anniversary kit design contest closed last night at midnight, so the judging will commence very soon. Amongst the entries submitted were the following 12, all done by Argentinian graphic designer @ramitalt.

Red Star Paris Kit Designs by @ramitalt

Check out the first batch below.

Three quite simple designs here, with the one standout being number three. The Red Kappa logo placed in a white circle is a really clever way of referencing the club badge and bringing something close to symmetry to the chest area of the shirt. The graphic pattern is reminiscent of Mizuno's amazing Tokyo Verdy shirt from the 93-94 season.

Two more striped efforts here plus one light and one dark shirt. Cream is not seen too often on football shirts but has been used to great effect for some Roma, Liverpool and AC Milan away shirts over the last few years. The red and green accents compliment the base nicely.

Probably the strongest grouping here, with numbers nine, ten and eleven having the hallmarks of Kappa's shirts from the 90s. The sleeve taping and collars work extremely well together. Number eleven probably just edges this one thanks to its darker colour palette.

Which shirt is your favourite of these designs? Tell us why in the comments.