Nigo x adidas collection without any drama

all of us understand A Bathing Ape (BAPE), all of us understand adidas Originals, so what occurs when the creator of the very first as well as one of the most recognised around the world brand collaborate? They have a great possibility at conquering the world.

adidas just recently released the look book of the Nigo x adidas collection as well as it’s like looking in the past, with the brands’ archives.

Drawing motivation from pop art, vintage clothing, toys, as well as the 1980s, the collaborative line has an obvious BAPE vibe running with the choice of sportswear staples. strong colors, lively patterns, as well as animation graphics play well against Adidas’ signature details like the trefoil logo as well as three-stripe motif.
 “I wished to put something of myself in it however not in an expected way,” stated Nigo. “I believe people partner me with all-over prints, however this time around I wished to make something different, something that a wide variety of people—from kids to adults—could wear. however nothing as well dramatic.”

Track suits, t-shirts, varsity jackets, as well as sweatshirts all make an appearance in NIGO’s debut line with the brand.
The adidas Originals by Nigo line will officially decrease around the world on October  24th at chosen retailers , together with its accompanying sneaker line.

Until then, you can inspect out the full tee shirts collection below, in addition to a short video in which Nigo discusses his unique approach to collaboration.

Nigo x adidas Collection without any drama
 

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