adidas Originals and United Arrows & Sons have joined forces for a special SS18 capsule consisting of both apparel and footwear styles. Here, we find classic Three Stripes silhouettes reinterpreted through the Japanese retailer’s unique sartorial lens.

On the apparel side of things, adidas and United Arrows present a zip-up hooded sweatshirt, T-shirt, track top and track pant, in addition to blacked-out jackets, jerseys and track pants. Each piece is then highlighted by a reinterpretation of the two brands' logos by Japanese collage artist Kosuke Kawamura.

Alongside the apparel are iterations of adidas's NMD_R2 and NMD_CS2. The NMD_R2 has been done up in light grey, featuring a contrasting heel patch and laces, while the NMD_CS2 notes subtle branding and BOOST tooling. Both shoes in turn welcome concealed Three Stripes marks that only appear under flash.

You can look forward to adidas Originals and United Arrows & Sons' SS18 collection releasing at select retailers January 20.

In other style news, Columbia has unveiled freestyle ski team uniforms for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

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