The Blues have linked up with the telecommunications giant who will sponsor the men’s first team, women’s team and academy sides for the next three years, taking over from Yokohama Tyres.
Chelsea’s traditional blue kit is also inspired by London’s long association with master tailors.
Blues striker Tammy Abraham said of the new strip: “The kit is really, really smart – very Chelsea… You can see the story behind the kit with how it looks and all the little touches that remind you of a good suit.”
Nike’s Scott Munson, VP, Nike Football Apparel said: “We paid tribute to the work of these skilled tailors with the use of bespoke details and trims to create a really crisp aesthetic, which complements Chelsea’s uniquely stylish identity.”
Chelsea will wear their new kit for the first time when they take on West Ham at Stamford Bridge tonight.