adidas Originals Creates Stan Smith for colette, Dover Street Market and Barneys New York

adidas Originals presents a three-way collaboration of sorts with a clean iteration of its reborn

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adidas Originals presents a three-way collaboration of sorts with a clean iteration of its reborn Stan Smith silhouette. The sneaker is done up in three variations with respect to retailers colette in Paris and Barneys New York, as well as Dover Street Market. The sneakers are done up with all-white through the upper and outsole, executed with plush premium leather throughout. Each pair is distinguished with gold foiling at the top of the tongue, which bears the logo of each retailer. Look for these pairs to drop at their respective locations on September 13.

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