Adidas just released one of its most fashion-centric collections yet. The sportswear brand recently partnered with storied Italian fashion house Missoni on a limited-edition range of sneakers and apparel. The collection is in part a tribute to the late co-founder Ottavio Missoni, who was once a hurdler and even competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics.
All in Missoni's signature kaleidoscopic patterns, the 15-piece collection — ranging from $120 to $330 — consists of three unisex Ultraboost sneakers, as well as t-shirts, sweatshirts, and shorts for both men and women. Everything is made with Adidas's Primeknit technology, which is meant to offer ventilation and comfort.
"The story of this collaboration started from the idea that both our companies' founders were amazing craftsmen that were constantly pushing the limits of their industry," said Missoni Creative Director Angela Missoni in a press statement. "We hope runners everywhere will enjoy the product range for its creativity and quality above everything else."
The collection will be available online and in stores at Missoni by April 24, and Adidas starting April 25. Check it all out ahead.