Two of the leading lifestyle brands, usually battling it out have joined forces to release the ultimate collaboration for the Autumn/Winter 2014 season. This limited edition release of highly covetable clothing and footwear bring together Barbour, whose unprecedented reputation for providing the very best in weather beating outerwear with premium sportswear and footwear brand adidas Originals to produce some of the must have pieces this season. Continue reading
After the announcement back in March where Pharrell confirmed joining the ever growing roster of stars teaming up with Adidas (Kanye, Nigo, etc), images are now surfacing of the collection that drops this weekend (20th October 2014). Pharrell teams up with Adidas Consortium and bring us the “Solid Pack” Collection. Continue reading
We’ve seen the marriage before between Adidas Consortium & Neighborhood in the past, and also Adidas, Undefeated & Bape last year.This time, the two of the most well known and sought after streetwear brands, come together and bring that Japanese connection to produce a collection of luxurious, blacked out silhouettes as part of the latest Adidas Consortium collection.
Not even a week has gone by and we see yet another yes another collaboration from Adidas Consortium this time with Japanese streetwear label Neighborhood.
Established in 1994 by designer Shinsuke Takizawa, the brand is influenced by military , work wear and motorcycle culture. This blend of styles made Neighbourhood a staple brand of Japanese streetwear for nearly two decades. Its only fitting that such a strong brands team up Adidas to bring you their take on the iconic Stan Smiths.
Adidas Consortium are continuing the run of the this years EQT collection with the “White Pack”. These are available from 22 February 2014 from End Clothing.
Last month we posted about the release of the much hyped Adidas Stan Smith’s which will always be a timeless classic with its simple yet charismatic design. Stan himself toured around Europe to help promote the shoe on behalf of Adidas. The ad campaign struck notes in both young and old and these greatly loved sneaker didn’t fail to disappoint when Adidas Consortium dropped some serious premium leather versions (reptile and Ostrich to name a few).