There’s only a month to go until the highly-anticipated collection by sportswear giant Adidas and Gucci bring forth their retro styled collection. They have teased the collection with a look book bursting with colour and packed with countless designs, designed to reflect both brand’s commitment to innovation and sustainability in fashion.

Taking a dive into the look book, we see the styles consist of  “future-conscious material fabrications” including polyester, cotton and viscose.

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Bold tennis-inspired polos, zip-up viscose jackets (around €1,750 EUR), knit dresses and sweater vests uphold the retro look. Gucci also expressed its own take on Adidas’ popular Gazelle sneakers which would cost around $680 USD. The Adidas Trefoil is underlined by ‘GUCCI’ lettering whilst Gucci’s interlocking G trademark is  used as print across the collection especially on the graphic tops and T-shirts.

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Gucci’s Horsebit loafers will soon be available to purchase in either leather or suede. Leather and GG canvas clogs also feature terry-fabric slides with a range of colourful flatform styles too. The brands creatively brought the accessory range to life including the Gucci Horsebit 1955 crossbody (around €2,850 EUR) and socks priced around €170 EUR.

There’s a lot more including golf bags, umbrellas, baseball caps and canvas bucket hats, which are in fact made with Econyl regenerated nylon. 

Philadelphia 76ers‘ basketbaler James Harden photographed in his adidas x Gucci candy pink, red and blue tri-color acetate Duchesse jacket – we’ll have to wait to get our hands on this one // Photo credit: Alex Subbers

Adidas x Gucci will launch on the seventh day of June across select Gucci stores, pop-ups, and online at which you can see now – as well as on the Adidas Confirmed app. Make sure you download the app so you’re ready for this collection drop, it’s surely one not to miss. 

All Photos Courtesy of Adidas by Carlijn Jacobs unless otherwise stated.