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adidas Reveals New Chelsea Football Club Away Kit for 2013/14

adidas and Chelsea FC have today revealed the new away kit for the forthcoming 2013/14 season.
Fresh from the successful launch of the new home shirt through the innovative "It's blue, what else matters" campaign, adidas have delivered a standout kit to be worn in select away fixtures across the 2013/14 season.
The new design leads with white as the primary colour, the sixth time a Chelsea away kit has featured this colour scheme. The strip is a clear homage to the club's iconic white kits with blue and red trim during the 1960s.
The use of red makes a return with its first appearance on a kit since the 2010/11 season's home shirt.

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“Miniac Films has built a close relationship with adidas which allowed for a mutual trust and respect in the development of this film,” notes Miniac Films Executive Producer Stephen Roesler. “Director John Christopher Pina and Creative Director Nick Cline collaborated closely in their selection of locations, sound, music and the use of black and white footage contrasted with color to accentuate the CLIMACHILL product story.



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Creative Credits:
Agency: adidas Global Brand Design
Creative Director: Nick Cline
Agency Producer: Nelleke Rekers
Production Company: Miniac Films
Director: John Christopher Pina
Executive Producer: Stephen Roesler
Producer: Katia Nicolava
Director of Photography: Christian Sprenger
Editor: Niles Howard
Music: Calico Wall, I’m a Living Sickness
Sound Design and Mix: Vaudeville
Sound Designer: Zach Goheen
Color: Storm Post Production (Amsterdam)
Colorist: Rachel Stone

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