When it comes to collaborations, adidas are often known for thinking outside the box and are often welcoming in new members to the Adidas family. The newest of those is Midwest Kids. Founded by designer, Darryl Brown, the former Kanye West stylist creates collections that are made to be timeless. Not just for the now, but for future generations to come. All the collections to date have been built on inspiration that has come from all the people he’s met across the States and learning about each individuals stories.
Now teaming up with the German giants, adidas have Midwest Kids loose on a collection thats inspired by vintage B-Ball. With apparel serving as part of the collection, the main feature within the collaboration has to be the Forum ’84 Low. Combining an archival design with the timeless vision of Midwest Kids, the Forum ’84 Low brings a vintage college feel with the help of hairy suedes and the Forums chunky gum sole taking dominance.
Bringing a customisable aspect to the collection, adding to that timeless ethos, the Forums iconic ankle straps come in a mix of colours ready to be swapped out at any point.
The Midwest Kids x adidas Originals collection is now available to shop in-store and online (Apparel online only), click here to shop!