Following a campaign featuring supermodel, Kate Moss, the iconic adidas Gazelle silhouette is emphasized once again, this time in a new style editorial.

This new campaign highlights a number of figures that spans distinct subcultures such as Selah Marley (Reggae); a 17-year-old model, aspiring singer and soon-to-be NYU student, Kirk Knight (Hip-Hop); the versatile Pro Era collective talent who first made his mark on Joey Bada$$’s song “Where It’$ At?” as a teenager, Alicia Bognanno (Grunge); singer, songwriter, guitarist and founding member of Nashville-based grunge rock four-piece Bully, Tyshawn Jones (Skate); a 17-year old skater from the Bronx, and, Palmas (Britpop); an indie pop-band made up of members Eric, Matthew, Adam, Pat and Kurt.

From the 1960s to 2016, the Gazelle silhouette essentially embodies a cult classic, as it channels the spirit of diverse style sensibilities throughout the decades, since its inception.

You can purchase the silhouette in a variety of colorways at adidas stockists worldwide now.

via: adi


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