Interview: PSG Star Neymar Jr. On Fashion, Sustainability & Taking Dangers

Last night (April 13), PSG’s Neymar da Silva Santos Junior showed the world once again in a game against Bayern that he is one of the purest and most unfiltered football players. His unmatched, world-class feats of technique, cunning and skill have impressed fans of the game for over a decade, but dropped a Man of the Match feat to send PSG to the Champions League semi-finals – despite not scoring a goal have a goal – proven what it is about.

The Brazilian star didn’t have to put numbers on the board last night to prove he’s one of the greatest natural sports talents of our time. His ability to light up competitions, leave defenses on strings and viewers mesmerized by every flicker, feint and flick is really something to see. Neymar looks like he’s at the peak of his powers, but it’s not just his skill on the field that is thriving.

Off the field, Neymar is more lucrative than ever. In late 2020, he signed a long-term contract with PUMA that made him the face of the brand and the undisputed star of the show. Neymar has now connected with his stock, the highest that has ever existed Super dry– a step that the imprint describes as a “milestone in their history” – in which they teamed up with the baller to bring their message of a sustainable style closer to a global audience. He helps advance Superdry’s sustainable vision for the future of fashion. The brand aims to obtain all pure cotton products from organic cultivation by 2025 and is already supporting 20,000 farmers in India with the transition to organic farming as part of its “Grow Future Thinking” initiative.

After signing another major contract that cemented his status as one of the most marketable athletes in the world, we met with Neymar to discuss his off-pitch style, vision of sustainable fashion and the importance of football for more inspired the environment.

“The European Championship? I’m not particularly interested in the European Championship. I’m focusing on Copa America and Brazil definitely has to win. “