While Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt is busy overseeing the team, his wife is working on what Chiefs fans will wear.
The collection Tavia Hunt is focusing on is the latest offering from the ‘NFL For Her' line of apparel and accessories for women and young girls.
"They want merchandise for themselves as well and so we've also seen an explosion in demand in merchandise for teens and tweens. And so the NFL has heard the demand and answered," she said.
And Tavia Hunt loves to be able to focus on the clothing.
"It is the softest, most comfortable tee. I love it! And that vintage look that you see in this burnout in this NFL top, up here, they're so on target with what's happening right now," she said. "For sure these boots. I am asked more about these boots than any other piece in the collection."
To kick off the line's fourth year required a photo shoot in New York City, of which Tavia Hunt was a part. But she says this is about much more than clothes – it's about bringing everyone together and acknowledging its female fans.
"They're not only playing fantasy football and coming to games and wearing the apparel, they're just passionate about the sport and that's exciting to see and it does unite families," she said.
The next addition to her ‘NFL for Her' collection is a line of plus-sized clothes.
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