The brand’s most iconic apparel franchise Adicolor is given a new lease of life, with the instantly recognisable symbol of sport and street culture from the ‘70s, remastered for the present. A curated archival selection of the most influential Adidas silhouettes of past decades are reimagined for today through the use of innovative fabrics and refined fits, whereas style moves beyond fixed gender binaries, in the primary colours of Bluebird, Fairway Green, Scarlett Red and Sun Yellow first seen in 1983.
adidas Originals

 

Taking inspiration from the brand’s hip-hop heritage, the Bally Stripe is paired with the season’s graffiti print upon luxe sheep leather in black and gold.
Bally

 

This pared-down top of earthy tone with an organically shaped pocket inspired by the qualities of paper—the perfect place to keep your “precious” and not lose it.
COS

 

The definition of the 1960s counter-culture lies upon these iconic round metal sunglasses with adjustable nose pads and thin metal temples with plastic end tips.
Ray-Ban

 

This black square twill scarf with an other-worldly Underworld print may just be your ticket down the highway to hell or stairway to heaven.
Givenchy

 

This pair of Downtime Khaki takes it easy with a flexible waistband for next-level comfort, and additional security with its hidden pockets and envelope welt back pockets.
Dockers

 

The special Maserati capsule collection is characterised by its refined use of leather and micro nubuck, paired with high-performance hybrid and quilted materials.
Ermenegildo Zegna

 

Artistic director Christopher Lemaire draws inspiration from the great outdoors with a collection featuring natural hues alongside orange stripes upon oversized yet relaxed silhouettes.
Uniqlo U

 

The timelessly modern Harrison range spotlights signature shapes rendered in a new nylon material, alongside streamlined aesthetics of smooth supple leather.
Tumi

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