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Meet Kenny Annan-Jonathan, the Ghanaian visionary appointed by Crystal Palace as their first Creative director


Premier League team Crystal Palace has made history by enlisting Ghanaian visionary Kenny Annan-Jonathan as its first Creative Director.



This pioneering step marks Crystal Palace as the first club in the league to appoint a creative lead to oversee apparel collections and fashion partnerships, forging a unique path in the intersection of sports and style.

Kenny Annan-Jonathan, renowned as the founder of The Mailroom sports marketing and management agency, comes with a storied background in empowering sports personalities to amplify their authentic voices.

His agency represents an impressive roster of talents including stars like Wilfried Zaha, Michail Antonio, and Joshua Buatsi, while fostering collaborations with globally acclaimed brands such as Nike, Adidas, and Puma, as well as streetwear favorite 424.

The fusion of sports and fashion is becoming an increasingly integral aspect of the modern sports landscape.

Fans worldwide yearn to connect with their favorite clubs not only on the field but also through the merchandise that reflects their allegiance.

Recognizing this transformative trend, Crystal Palace has taken a visionary step by tapping into the realm of fashion expertise.

The appointment of Kenny Annan-Jonathan underscores the club’s commitment to meeting the evolving demands of its fanbase.

In his new capacity as Creative Director, Kenny Annan-Jonathan will orchestrate the launch of a distinctive Autumn/Winter collection.

Additionally, he will contribute to expanding and enhancing the range of clothing options available to Crystal Palace fans through both physical shops and online stores.

This strategic move aligns with the dynamic shift in fan engagement and showcases Crystal Palace’s dedication to not only winning matches but also capturing hearts and wardrobes.

“The average fan, and how they express their love for sports, has evolved, and it’s time that the sporting world evolves with them,” shared Annan-Jonathan.

By Esther Aryee|3Xtra.tv|Ghana

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