Alexander Wang and Adidas Originals have been gradually rolling out their unisex apparel and footwear collaboration since the designer revealed the secret project at his Spring 2017 runway show last September. Following that initial announcement six months ago, the German sportswear giant has already coordinated two drops from Wang's first collection, the latest being a 14-piece release that debuted as recently as this month. And now, the third and final installment of Wang's Adidas Originals's collection is here — just in time for you to restock your sportswear goods after your imminent spring cleaning.
On Tuesday morning, Adidas released the latest crop of product and campaign imagery from its Wang collaboration, the latter of which was shot by Juergen Teller and stars — who else? — house-favorite models Lexi Boling, Hanne Gaby Odiele and Binx Walton, as well as Luke Storey and Chris Fernandez. This third drop features the last remaining styles we haven't yet seen from the playful, sporty 84-piece range.
While the collection's apparel is great in and of itself — the French terry sweatshirts, shorts and tracksuits are particularly excellent — people are losing their minds over the new Run Clean Boost, which GQ deemed "what could be the coolest Boost sneaker of 2017 so far." Feast your eyes.
There's no word yet on pricing, but the goods available at collection's pop-up truck back in September rang up in the $80 to $180 range, so do with that what you will.
Shop the Adidas Originals by Alexander Wang collaboration when it drops in full April 1 (and again on April 15, if you can't seem to get enough) at Adidas Originals and Alexander Wang stores, both brands' e-commerce sites and more than 140 retail locations worldwide. But first, see the third drop's full lookbook in the gallery below...
...followed by the drop's product imagery.