Once again, adidas Originals teams up with Carol Lim- the creative director for KENZO- and Humberto Leon from OPENING CEREMONY.

On the themes “running” and “tennis,” the designers gain inspiration from the vivid colors and prints of the '90s.

Scheduled to hit stores in February are items created under the theme “running.” The line features cheetah prints which schemingly implement the dissolvable effect. For the theme of “tennis,” women’s baby T's, nylon pleated mini skirts, and men’s neon striped set-ups will be in stores by March.

Designs for women emphasize the body line while maintaining an innocent air. High waist leopard shorts and preppy-style tennis dresses are part of the line-up. Menswear include striped shirts, patchwork knits, and more. The designs take on the trend from the '90s, yet the collection successfully achieves the sporty, cool impression.

For footwear, the leading edge footwear technology of the '80s, the shock dispersion system “Dellinger Web” is revived. The nostalgic new-tech is partnered with the contemporary touch- i.g. cheetah print neoprene lining. Taking the mash-up a little further, basketball sneakers are mixed with tennis and running elements. Popular wedge sneakers for women are arranged with tennis sneaker ROD LAVER.