Following its wildly successful (and sold-out) collaboration with Amsterdam-based designer Daniëlle Cathari earlier this year, Adidas Originals has brought on a new emerging designer to lend their unique vision to the brand. For its latest collaborative collection, it tapped New York City-based Parson's graduate Olivia Oblanc to create a gender-fluid collection of clothing and accessories.
Oblanc, whose namesake streetwear label features a unisex assortment of workwear-inspired pieces, reinterpreted vintage Adidas pieces with her own take. The result? A bold 15-piece collection consisting of utilitarian puffer jackets and trenches, quilted track jackets and track pants, and more, all seen in a vibrant color palette of blues, yellows, and reds. As both Oblanc and Adidas value sustainability, select pieces are created with recycled fabrics. Pieces range from $50 to $350.
While Cathari's collection found Kendall Jenner to be its muse, Jenner herself was involved this time around. Jenner, an Adidas Originals brand ambassador, worked with Oblanc to creative direct the campaign, where they chose three emerging filmmakers to showcase the collection.
You can start shopping the collection now at Adidas.com, as well as select Adidas stores. Take a closer look at each film and the full collection, below.