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Adidas snowboarding reveal collection with BAPE

Adidas snowboarding reveal collection with BAPE

Fashion, Lifestyle, Shopping
Colder weather is here and ski season is upon us, which means it’s time for some brand new ski gear. Japanese brand A Bathing Ape (BAPE), infamous for their shark design hoodies, have joined forces with Adidas to bring out a collection of snowboarding gear. The 5 piece capsule collection includes a waterproof snowboarding jacket, trousers, a sweatshirt and two pairs of shoes. All the garments feature a combination of designs based on the original ABC camo print and Adidas three stripes. They also come with some holographic reflective panels, meaning you can hit the slopes at night! Take a look at some of the collection below. Prices start at £129. The Adidas x Bape A/W18 snowboarding capsule collection will be released worldwide on November 3rd.   Words: Dais
Love trains? Love trainers? Take a look at the new Adidas x TfL collection

Love trains? Love trainers? Take a look at the new Adidas x TfL collection

Fashion, Lifestyle
Adidas Originals and Transport for London have unveiled a new footwear collaboration to commemorate 15 years of the Oyster card - and they're basically free. Adidas and TfL are kicking off their partnership this weekend with three limited-edition shoes inspired by the anniversary of Oyster. The ‘Oyster Club pack’ consists of three iconic adidas silhouettes redesigned to convey a unique story from TfL’s 18 year history: Temper Run, Continental 80 and ZX 500RM. The trainers are £80 a pair, and come packaged with an Oyster card topped up with £80 of credit, making the shoes pretty much free if you can get your hands on one of the 1500 available pairs. Each pair is presented in bespoke Adidas packaging inspired by vintage underground posters honouring the heritage of the London

Watch out Yeezy, here comes Victoria Beckham X Reebok

Fashion, Featured
Fashion Designer Victoria Beckham has announced that she will partner with Reebok on an activewear line. Victoria Beckham may have made looking fancy fashionable but the mogul is abandoning her roots and her heels, for a collaboration with Reebok. Whilst she is keeping hush on the finer points of the collection, we are sure there will be more trainers than stilettos. So, one must ask, is this the end of high heel culture as we know it? It has been well reported that sales of trainers have, for the first time ever, overtaken sales of high heels. Moreover, now it seems even the queen of pointed toe pumps has decided to shrink a few inches in the name of comfort. Maybe the new ‘posh’ features tracksuit bottoms and a