Opening Ceremony X adidas Originals

The latest in an ongoing partnership between Opening Ceremony and adidas Originals sees a meeting of classic and futuristic silhouettes.

The Autumn/Winter 2014 collection presents two unique styles of footwear, the iconic Stan Smith sneaker and a futuristic boot, with each style being offered in three colour selections.

Bringing pattern to adidas’ iconic Stan Smith style, the features include an animal inspired theme with a zebra print and a black horsehair version and, on another variation a graphically adorned, geometric pattern/illustration.

The second style in the collection takes the form of a futuristic bootie and can be seen with a bold sole and muted colouring. Materiality is the focus of this style. The zebra print from the Stan Smith style is replicated on the booties. Two other patterns complete the bootie range.

The Autumn/Winter 2014 collection is available via Opening Ceremony and adidas.

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