* Unisex collaboration between Alexander Wang and Adidas
* Re-imagines iconic Adidas 3-stripe design
* Only available at three official retailers
No matter how popular or successful you are, it’s always nice to think outside the box and get a boost every now and then. That’s why we’re loving Adidas’ new collaboration with designer Alexander Wang, which drops this Saturday, March 4th.
The athletic apparel brand has teamed up with the New York-based designer on a collection of urban, sporty pieces that re-imagine classic Adidas looks using their signature 3-Stripes.
The graphics are a little bolder, the silhouettes more architectural and the feeling just a little edgier (note the upside down Adidas treefoil logo). Still, these pants and tops feel like easy, everyday pieces to wear, no matter where you’re heading to.
The iconic 3-Stripes feature prominently on these jersey track pants, updated in both traditional and reverse white parallel stripes. The stripes also show up on the patch back pocket. An elastic waistband (with drawstring), front pockets and snaps down the sides make these pants perfect for the gym, though you won’t be judged if you take them out as day wear either.
Get the matching track jacket, which mixes high fashion with streetwear. Deconstructing the iconic sporty look, it has an upside-down Trefoil over the heart, plus inside-out, criss-crossed 3-Stripes on the shoulders and back.
CROPPED T-SHIRT AND SHORTS
This unisex look takes the classic sportswear motif and injects it with Alexander Wang’s downtown New York aesthetic, offering something that’s both cool and chic. The black crewneck jersey T-shirt features a loose silhouette cropped at the waist, with both traditional and reverse white parallel stripes. The shorts feature angular stripes and are worn loose, with a drawstring waist.
The collaboration is sure to sell out fast. Need to track down the piece you want? Here are links to the three official sites selling the collection:
1. Barneys New York (pre-sale on now)
3. Alexander Wang
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