Gabriela Herstik
February 01, 2017 12:39 pm
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Athleisure lovers rejoice. Cult favorites Alexander Wang and Adidas Originals have announced that a new collaborative collection is coming this spring.

The second collection between the two iconic brands will expand on their first collaboration from September, where a capsule collection was offered at pop-up shops in New York, Tokyo and London. This season, we can expect even more gym goth goodness, this time with an extra kick, think pieces inspired by classic Adidas colors like “firebird blue, the Stan Smith green and the soccer-jersey orange,” said Wang to The Wall Street Journal.

And we’ll even get a DIY inspired sneaker co-created by Adidas Originals’ vice president of design, Nic Galway. And that classic logo? It will be turned upside down — literally. But what else can we expect from Wang and his eye for minimalism meets street style? According to his last capsule with Adidas Originals, plenty of classic Adidas staples with patent paneling and updated graphics, sleek sneakers and totally redesigned elements to bring something new to the table.

With prices for the collection ranging from $80 to $425, there’s something here for every aesthetic and  price point.

The 84 piece unisex collection will be sure to fly off the shelves come spring.