Adidas has been on a hot streak with fashion collaborations this year. They’ve come fast and furious. First was the latest luxe-minimalist collection with Prada. Then came the luxe-maximalist Gucci collab announcement. And finally, Balenciaga unveiled its own Three Stripes gear at the label’s latest runway show. That’s a lot of teaming up with high-wattage brands. Where, you might ask, does that leave one of our favorite ongoing collaborations? Don’t worry: Adidas’s partnership with British-Jamaican menswear designer Grace Wales Bonner is back this weekend.
Much like the collections before it, this one is full of bold colors, slouchy cuts, and, of course, a handful of covetable sneakers. There are sporty shorts and knitted vests, soccer jerseys and mesh tank-tops, striped sweaters and matching tracksuits. All of this is to say there is every item of clothing you’d need to dress like a swagged-out soccer star from the 1970s. (And we mean that in the best possible way.) As far as footwear, expect to see two sporty and sleek styles: the Country and the Samba. (Word to the wise: get your hands on a Bonner-designed Samba if you can.) Between the standout colors—lots of red, pink, and yellow—and the feeling of effortless, breezy luxury, this collection is pitch-perfect for the summer months ahead. It is set to drop on June 4 via Wales Bonner and Adidas.