Milan Fashion Week would not normally be the type of place you’d imagine you’d get your first proper look at a yet-to-be-released football jersey, but that’s exactly where model Winnie Harlow debuted the new Inter 20 year mashup jersey from Nike as she attended the Byblos show.

The jersey celebrates 20 years of the Nike and Inter partnership by chopping kits from the past two decades together, much like the limited edition Barcelona shirt that was released recently. But unlike Barca, if reports are to be believed, then Inter will take to the pitch in their mashup jersey on 17 March in the Milan derby no less (although an appearance in the warmup is more likely). While that has yet to be officially confirmed, Inter are a team that dabble with their on-pitch attire, as shown recently when the players wore shirts with their names in Chinese to celebrate the new year, so it wouldn’t be the biggest surprise to see.

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The jersey itself combines the differing blue and black stripes of numerous kits from the last 20 years, covering the Cuper, Mancini and Mourinho eras right up to present day. Inter’s long-time shirt sponsors, Pirelli, retain their position on the centre of the jersey in gold, as do the club crest and the Swoosh, uninterrupted by the chaos that surrounds it.

There's currently no word on an official launch date for the Nike Inter 20 year mashup jersey, but it can't be long...