WARDROBE.NYC—the fashion industry's first luxury direct-to-consumer label—has launched a sportswear-inspired capsule in collaboration with Adidas.
Designer Josh Goot and Vogue Australia fashion director Christine Centenera founded the brand back in 2017 in an effort to combat the overconsumption of products within the industry by creating a model in which consumers must purchase the full collection, rather than specific items.
Centenera, former Yeezy runway stylist—and more recently consulting for Virgil Abloh's first Louis Vuitton men's show—has worked to build WARDROBE.NYC into an anti-fast fashion label that boasts every wardrobe essential.
The brand's unique approach of seasonal drops being a wardrobe has made a comeback for its second season, and features a 10-piece collection fit for every streetwear minimalist.
Release 02 | Sport presents two separate collections for both men and women. Each collection includes black clothing and accessories, as well as an exclusive white and grey pair of Adidas Yung-1 sneakers.
The men's collection features a T-shirt, long sleeve top, running short, legging, track top, track short, track pant, spray jacket, gym bag, and the Adidas Yung-1 sneaker.
For women, the collection includes crop top, tank top, bike short, legging, long sleeve top, track top, track pant, spray jacket, gym bag, and the Adidas Yung-1 sneaker.
Release 02 | Sport is available here.