Available from 18 January 2018: PUMA Muse....
inspired by Vanity Fair Exclusive for AW LAB
As they say, never change a winning combination, so here is the winning trio consisting of AW LAB, adidas Originals and Vanity Fair back with an exciting new project.
So, let’s discover what’s in store.
Let’s go step by step, you will probably remember the fabulous project created for women last year and developed in three capsule collections, each with a theme; The first was the Gold Collection, then came the Romantic Collection and finally the Spring Break Collection.
Now, once again, and as of today June 12, in AW LAB stores and online at aw-lab.com you will find the first of the three capsule collections designed for this new and exciting adventure. Each of them will have some specific features but overall this is a collection where the bright colours, patterns and the animal prints will dominate.
All that remains to be done is to discover the Summer Beat Collection.
With six new products the world of American basketball is embellished with some touches of glamour such as animal prints.
The predominant colours are white, black, yellow and purple that together create strong contrasts but at the same time definitely hit the spot.
So, there is a pair of leggings with black & white and a lizard print; we find the same print on a T-shirt, a sweatshirt and an anorak. All these products are dedicated to the famous Lakers team. Thus, the predominant colours of the entire mini collection are purple and yellow together with black and white.
But now to us, all that is missing is the sneakers so, here is the super classic Extaball to “dress” you for the occasion:
This version has a white upper with purple trim and a touch of glamour on the collar of the shoe where there is a black and white animal print insert with adidas written in yellow.
The other version differs a bit from the entire collection, and here the predominant colours are blue and orange.
White upper, blue finish, collar with animal leopard insert on which adidas has been written in orange.
Not a bad start… right?