adidas Originals has presented the official lookbook for its brand new "XBYO" apparel range and it stars New York rapper Desiigner and model Adwoa Aboah.

In a shoot reminiscent of old and fuzzy VHS tapes, the pair showcase the understated and progressive aesthetic seen across the range's inaugural collection. Pieces include chunky Tees, oversized sweaters, bombers, hoodies, joggers and more in a selection of monochrome colors.

The new line is said not to transform classic Three Stripe design, but simply refine it. In essence, it's smart and stylish sportwear that will look equally as good on the streets as it will in the gym. Take a look at the lookbook above, then head over to the adidas webstore later this month to shop the full collection.

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