have a good time Joins Forces With adidas Originals for Fall/Winter 2018 Collab

The capsule range drops soon.

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adidas Originals has teamed up with Japanese label  have a good time once again, this time for the Fall/Winter 2018 season. The move is the latest step from the growing label, which recently opened a New York outpost to go alongside its various Asian stores.

The capsule collection consists of tracksuits and sneakers, focusing on the Samba for the footwear, while the apparel is a co-branded reversible track jacket and matching trousers, using the Japanese brands signature logo as a repeat pattern print underneath a large trefoil logo to the reverse. The adidas Originals x have a good time collection will be available from October 17 at retailers such as END.

In other news, Junya Watanabe and Canada Goose joined forces to create a series of functional outerwear pieces.

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