Take a Look at Every Apparel Item From the adidas Originals by wings+horns Collaboration

High quality minimal sportswear.

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adidas Originals has unveiled its latest collection designed by wings+horns just in time for spring. It’s not the first time the two brands have worked together, having collaborated on a similar range last year. This time it’s inspired by the concept of clothing as a second skin – keeping the palette muted with a range of heather grey and blue garments that won’t overpower the wearer. The three-stripes make an appearance throughout the range but do so in a muted tonal fashion on the capsule range of coach jackets, knitted shorts, sweaters that use the same fabric as the shorts and T-shirts that make use of the muted three-stripe patterns. The collection will be available from selected retailers from April 28.

In addition to the apparel, wings+horns is releasing a three-shoe collection of NMD R2s and Campus 80s which accent the release with modern cleanliness and minimalism in mind.

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