Adidas invited me to get a look at their new Adidas Tubular collection in Berlin. And when Adidas calls, you better be there.
The problem about events like these are that I use to fall in love with the fashion pieces like from 0 to 100 real quick. And there was one pair of sneakers that I literally hold in my hands for 5 minutes. It reached the point where it was kinda awkward and I got jealous when somebody else was looking at it. And there were a lot of eyes on it, because the gallery was mad crowded.
So I kinda left heartbroken, but still the collection is dope af. And here is the one that I want:
For this post I tried to make something different and keep it as real and urban as possible. And maybe just because this was the most spontaneous #ootd shooting I have ever done. And in my mind I thought: If Karl can use his Ipad, then I can use my Iphone (basically that’s what I say all the time). So this is what happened:
Me and a friend of mine where walking down the city when we heard classical music coming out of this building. And so we entered it, I was literally like: My outfit is all Adidas everything, this building is fucking insane, let’s take these pictures! And btw this was the most relaxing shooting I have ever done.
And I am just obsessed with the Adidas shoes and sweater I am wearing. And if I wasn’t a fashion blogger I would say that I wear it almost every day, but this is probably not a part of the blogging etiquette.
So the sweater is from Nigo’s first Adidas collection named Originals by Nigo, who is inspired by vintage sportswear. And in case you don’t know who Nigo is, you should do some research! But most definitively you have seen his face somewhere! To make it super short: Nigo is a Japanese music producer and DJ who worked with Pharrell and the creator of the urban clothing line A Bathing Ape. And the Adidas collection is sooooo good! See yourself:Wanna shop the look? Here you go:
1. Sweater: Originals by Nigo
2. Jeans: Cheap Monday
3. Bag: H&M x Alexander Wang
4. Shoes: Adidas
5. Shirt: Urban Outfitters (Vintage section)