Race up the Corporate Ladder in This Office-Ready ASICS Suit

A true-to-form tracksuit.

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From the minds of retailer keisuke kanda and clothier ANREALAGE comes a unique ASICS collaboration that walks the line between sportswear and office-appropriate attire: a true to form track suit. Worn by Japanese singer-actor Takayuki Yamada, the capsule features a reimagined tracksuit with traditional tailored suit details (e.g. lapels and a pocket square insert), ties and shiny black “salaryman” sneakers, as well as pillows, T-shirts and more. While the video below provides a satirical take on the range, it is very much a real thing, with a pop-up shop currently open in Tokyo, now until September 25. For more on the project, head over to its official website.

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