Adidas’ Hottest New Samba Is Here Thanks To Sporty & Rich Collaboration

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In a collaboration that can only be described as a streetwear lover’s dream, Sporty & Rich and Adidas have teamed up to bring a set of vintage-style sneakers and apparel to our wardrobes. Dropping on Tuesday, November 22, the LA- and Paris-based label has fused its ultra-cool aesthetic with several classic Adidas styles, including the Stan Smith and Samba shoes as well as the Firebird tracksuit. 

Elements of Sporty & Rich’s varsity feel can be seen throughout the drop, which features a burgundy version of Adidas’ Campus 80s, white-and-green Samba OGs, and white-and-burgundy Stan Smiths. The duo’s Firebird tracksuit — available in two colorways (green-and-white, and white-and-burgundy) and printed with Sporty & Rich’s wellness mantra — can be easily styled up or down thanks to details like metal zipper pulls and gold embroidery. 

Likely to be the collection’s first sell-out is the brands’ collaborative take on the Samba. Despite being around since the 1940s, the style has seen a massive resurgence in recent years thanks to TikTok, celebrity fans like Rihanna, Bella Hadid, and Zoë Kravitz, as well as big-name collaborations with brands like Wales Bonner and, now, Sporty & Rich. 

Founded by Canadian creative Emily Oberg, Sporty & Rich began as an Instagram account and has since developed into a collection of minimalist sportswear, with a print magazine to boot. Over a year in the making, this is the brand’s first-ever collaboration, which Oberg describes on her Instagram as “a dream come true.” Needless to say, the nine-piece drop — which ranges from $50 to $150 — won’t hang around so get in there quick.

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