Last September, Alexander Wang revealed a surprise collaboration with Adidas when a slew of his models charged down the runway in all-black tracksuits with the brand’s iconic logo turned upside-down. Soon after, the 84-piece unisex capsule was released quietly through select pop-up shops in cities like New York and Tokyo—but the full range won’t release until spring 2017. When it finally does, there’ll be more colorful items added to the monochrome range that we didn’t see on the runway.
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“This new drop has more iconic Adidas colors, like the firebird blue, the Stan Smith green and the soccer-jersey orange,” Wang told The Wall Street Journal, noting he was inspired by the athletic brand’s bold-colored jerseys and uniforms. There’s no imagery of the additional pieces yet, but there’s a possibility we’ll see them on the runway soon at NYFW the same way we did in September. When the capsule hits stores, expect prices between $80 and $450, according to WSJ.
Wang told the paper he’s also already working on “a second collection” with Adidas’ vice president of design, Nic Galway, proving this match made in athleisure heaven may be a long-term relationship.