In our selection – 6 collaborations in November, all – surprisingly – with a sports bias. Even if you do not play sports, you will surely be able to find something that will fit into your everyday wardrobe. After all, things in a sporty style are still in trend.

FORWARD + Denis Simachev

The Russian sportswear brand FORWARD specializes in the equipment of the Russian national team, and this year decided to launch the FWDlab clothing line. The first collection was released in collaboration with designer Denis Simachev. Combining the experience of athletes and designers, the brand has released functional and stylish sportswear for any occasion. The collection includes tracksuits, leggings, sweatshirts, down jackets, vests and accessories with author’s prints for active pastime on the street or in the hall.

adidas Originals by Alexander Wang

This is the fourth collection for adidas Originals and Alexander Wang. It included 18 pieces of clothing and 5 pairs of shoes. In this collection, Wang combined the most recognizable pieces of clothing, graphics and materials from past collaborations with iconic silhouettes from the adidas archives using photocopying to create 2D collages.

For example, photocopies combine selected items from Wang’s collections with iconic football jerseys from the adidas archives. In addition, the designer uses the game of combining different materials (for example, velor with knitwear or nylon) and refers to retro silhouettes.

Guess + Japanese artist Shimpei Naito

This season, Japanese artist Shimpei Naito was invited to work on the Guess Activewear sports collection. As with traditional kimonos, floral motifs have become key elements that adorn cotton T-shirts, tops and bras, seamless leggings, functional tracksuits from the Naito capsule collection.

PUMA + Pepsi

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the iconic PUMA Suede model, they released an anniversary collection, which includes sneakers in an unusual design developed by artists and designers. The upper is crafted from suede and features the classic Pepsi-Cola logo in white, while the signature blue Formstrip sits above a translucent backing. The sole is also engraved with the Pepsi logo. The sneakers are available in two color combinations – blue and silver or black and silver.

St. Friday Socks

The brand of the most positive socks in the world continues to charge everyone with good mood. This month, she managed to release two collaborations at once. One is with the Museum of Soviet slot machines (the designers of St.Friday Socks, together with the staff of the Museum, laid out the graphic patterns of the playing field and the visual design of each of the slot machines and based on them created five bright pairs of socks), the second one is with the Russian Museum (the collection was released based on Russian fairy tales and epics from the collection of the State Russian Museum).

YOUR + Harry Potter

For the premiere of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, TVOE has released a Harry Potter capsule collection. It’s hard to believe, but the first books about the adventures of Harry Potter in Russian were published 17 years ago. A whole generation grew up on the wave of “Potteriana”. T-shirts, sweatshirts, trousers, pajamas and accessories in the iconic colors and symbols of the Hogwarts houses will appeal to fans of this magical story.


By Yara

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