adidas and Wales Bonner are joining forces as a continuation of their on-going partnership. This time around the style powerhouses are presenting their Caribbean-themed SS23 collection which is titled "Land of the Wood and Water." At the center of this collection is adidas' influence and presence within Jamaican culture, which is explored through a unisex collection that reimagines vintage silhouettes in the form of material compositions and bold color palettes.
First Look: adidas x Wales Bonner SS23 "Land of Wood and Water"
Drawing on the nation’s awe-inspiring landscape and environment, the collection features a matching light teal nylon tracksuit, signature tracksuit in elevated knit construction, striking silver anorak with matching shorts, and the introduction of a Jamaican icon in the form of a Harrington jacket and flared trouser set. Other standouts include: a toweling top and shorts set, a knitted geometric patten roll neck, a knitted sweater vest, a neutral sweater sweatpants set, and two vibrant short-sleeve cotton t-shirts.
There are four footwear offerings that are a part of this capsule, two of which are a take on the instantly iconic WB Samba in two different colors—one in a neutral color palette with a nubuck upper and leather stripes, and the other with a silver leather upper and crochet stripes.
In addition, the WB SL72 Knit sees the British designer reimagining the retro adidas runner with a knitted upper.
Captured by photography & directorial duo Jalan and Jibril Durimel, the collection is brought to life by a campaign that extends the visual language of previous seasons, telling a celebratory story of people, place, and home.
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