adidas Originals and Alexander Wang celebrated the launch of adidas Originals by Alexander Wang at Pier 94 in New York City last night. Performers included CL, Dej Loaf, DJ Jesse Marco, DJ Just Blaze, Fetty Wap, Juicy J, Post Malone, Skrillex, and Travis Scott. Most of them were already outfitted in the brand new adidas Originals by Alexander Wang collection.

A limited capsule drop will be available on today, September 11, exclusively by way of a pop up truck in New York City. You can see every piece from that capsule collection right here. Also make sure to check out the exclusive Juergen Teller lookbook shoot of the collection.

The truck will make three stops:

12PM: Canal Street and Mercer Street | SoHo 3PM: 5th Avenue and 57th Street | Midtown Manhattan 6PM: McCarren Park at Bedford Avenue and N 12th Street | Williamsburg

On September 17th the trucks will pop up internationally, making stops in both London and Tokyo. A full schedule of stops globally will be revealed at a later date.

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