For the 90s nostalgics among us, adidas Originals is bringing the ultimate revival. Promising an every-second-day alternative to those well-worn Stan Smiths, the brand is rehashing it’s 90s Gazelle sneakers (a heavier take on the 60s originals). They’re the kind you might have worn to a warehouse party back then, that will look right at home with your favourite suiting for the here and now. Adding to the appeal is a collaboration with Kate Moss and digital artist Doug Abraham of BessNYC4, who lends his signature edge to a ’93 shot of the supermodel wearing her Gazelles for adidas Originals’ new campaign. The Gazelle is available online now, with new colours to be released in September.
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