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adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace
adidas Originals x Palace

Brand: adidas Tennis x Palace

Season: Summer 2018

Key Pieces: While this Wimbledon-ready collection features many solid staples, personal must-cops include the plain white tee with adidas Tennis x Palace branding and the white bucket hat.

Release Date: July 3 at 11 a.m. local time

Buy: adidas Tennis and Palace

Editor’s Notes: adidas Tennis and Palace have linked up once again to deliver a strong capsule collection of must-cop sporting goods. This time, though, rather than football, the focus is tennis. Celebrating summer’s other major sporting championship — Wimbledon, starting July 2 — the capsule comprises garments in famed SW19 all-white.

Menswear, womenswear, and accessories all boast that classic Wimbledon look, albeit updated to incorporate technological, dynamic performance elements with a dash of Palace’s signature style. Alongside standard tennis garms, you’ll find bucket caps and half-zip sweaters.

Have a browse of the pieces above in the gallery above.

 

The Alasdair McLellan-shot lookbook (above) features Blondey McCoy and Lucien Clarke (both of whom you might have clocked on the Louis Vuitton runway last week) alongside other faces from the Palace Wayward Boys Choir. Teasers posted on Instagram earlier this week (such as the one below) include tennis players Alexander Zverev and Garbine Muguruza, as well as skater Rory Milanes.

What do you think of the collection? Let us know in the comments.

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