09 May

Alexander Wang reveals the new Adidas pieces at Coachella

 

Continuing to expand on his festival theme, Alexander Wang reveals the new pieces from his collaboration with Adidas, at Coachella.

By The editorial team

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  • In New York in September 2017, Alexandre Wang announced his new collaboration with the sportswear giant Adidas during a runway show that was more like a movable festival in a partybus. But what better way to reveal the first part of the collection than at an actual festival? 

     

    During Coachella, the designer, surrounded as ever by his loyal party girls Lexi Bowling, Binx Walton, Issa Lish, Cat Mcneil and Hanne Gaby Odiele, organised a road trip from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and in the Californian desert shot the look book for the collection. The result? Images with an aesthetic that looks like a friend’s holiday immortalised on a disposable camera.

     

    For this new collection inspired by clothing production factories, the shorts, vests, sneakers and anoraks make for the perfect range of Californian festival gear in black or purple and finished with well-cut lines and industrial logos in white and red.

  • In New York in September 2017, Alexandre Wang announced his new collaboration with the sportswear giant Adidas during a runway show that was more like a movable festival in a partybus. But what better way to reveal the first part of the collection than at an actual festival? 

     

    During Coachella, the designer, surrounded as ever by his loyal party girls Lexi Bowling, Binx Walton, Issa Lish, Cat Mcneil and Hanne Gaby Odiele, organised a road trip from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and in the Californian desert shot the look book for the collection. The result? Images with an aesthetic that looks like a friend’s holiday immortalised on a disposable camera.

     

    For this new collection inspired by clothing production factories, the shorts, vests, sneakers and anoraks make for the perfect range of Californian festival gear in black or purple and finished with well-cut lines and industrial logos in white and red.

  • In New York in September 2017, Alexandre Wang announced his new collaboration with the sportswear giant Adidas during a runway show that was more like a movable festival in a partybus. But what better way to reveal the first part of the collection than at an actual festival? 

     

    During Coachella, the designer, surrounded as ever by his loyal party girls Lexi Bowling, Binx Walton, Issa Lish, Cat Mcneil and Hanne Gaby Odiele, organised a road trip from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and in the Californian desert shot the look book for the collection. The result? Images with an aesthetic that looks like a friend’s holiday immortalised on a disposable camera.

     

    For this new collection inspired by clothing production factories, the shorts, vests, sneakers and anoraks make for the perfect range of Californian festival gear in black or purple and finished with well-cut lines and industrial logos in white and red.

  • In New York in September 2017, Alexandre Wang announced his new collaboration with the sportswear giant Adidas during a runway show that was more like a movable festival in a partybus. But what better way to reveal the first part of the collection than at an actual festival? 

     

    During Coachella, the designer, surrounded as ever by his loyal party girls Lexi Bowling, Binx Walton, Issa Lish, Cat Mcneil and Hanne Gaby Odiele, organised a road trip from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and in the Californian desert shot the look book for the collection. The result? Images with an aesthetic that looks like a friend’s holiday immortalised on a disposable camera.

     

    For this new collection inspired by clothing production factories, the shorts, vests, sneakers and anoraks make for the perfect range of Californian festival gear in black or purple and finished with well-cut lines and industrial logos in white and red.

  • In New York in September 2017, Alexandre Wang announced his new collaboration with the sportswear giant Adidas during a runway show that was more like a movable festival in a partybus. But what better way to reveal the first part of the collection than at an actual festival? 

     

    During Coachella, the designer, surrounded as ever by his loyal party girls Lexi Bowling, Binx Walton, Issa Lish, Cat Mcneil and Hanne Gaby Odiele, organised a road trip from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and in the Californian desert shot the look book for the collection. The result? Images with an aesthetic that looks like a friend’s holiday immortalised on a disposable camera.

     

    For this new collection inspired by clothing production factories, the shorts, vests, sneakers and anoraks make for the perfect range of Californian festival gear in black or purple and finished with well-cut lines and industrial logos in white and red.

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