By now, you've probably heard about the much hyped collaboration between British skate brand Palace and adidas Originals. While teasers have given a sneak peek at what's to come, the pair have released a first look at the pieces in their collaboration collection.
The collection contains 22 pieces of "teamwear," a term coined by Palace founder Lev Tanju. What you can expect is a diverse collection of graphically branded sportswear (a mix between the Palace logo and the Adidas trefoil and "three stripes") that's sure to be quickly snapped up by fans of both labels. If anyone were going to make '90s tracksuits look cool again, it would be these two.
When speaking on how the collection with adidas Originals came to be, Tanju said, "They don’t think the way we think...Designing is not us sitting down and drawing it. We find shapes that we like, then change things and take from other things. We like weird stuff, we don’t want it to be normal. If people don’t get it, that’s even better, because there’s nothing really to get."
The only place you can grab this gear stateside is at the collaboration's NYC "pop-off" shop on 201 Mulberry Street this weekend. With pieces like this, you're better off getting in line a day or two early—they're going to go quickly.