Former Nike Designer Marc Dolce Is Now Officially on Board at adidas

The new Vice President and Creative Director of the Three Stripes.

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After leaving the company back in the fall of 2014, former Nike designer Marc Dolce is now officially on board at adidas. As Nice Kicks has astutely pointed out, Dolce — who sat on the sidelines for a year following his departure from Nike and the ensuing lawsuit filed by the Swoosh — updated his Facebook page this morning with his new title: Vice President and Creative Director of the Three Stripes. The update also points to Dolce’s new stomping grounds: the Brooklyn Creator Farm. A brand new addition to adidas’s New York offices, the new Brooklyn space will be the sportswear giant’s “first full service, end-to-end design space for the brand in New York” and where Dolce will likely be joined by Mark Miner and Denis Dekovic — former Nike comrades who also left back in 2014.

Will the trio further adidas’s rise?

Stay tuned.

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