Now that the weather’s nice enough to exercise outdoors (or at least tell yourself that you will), Amazon’s running a pretty solid Memorial Day sale on Adidas athletic accessories. You won’t find any tops or bottoms, but this is a great chance to stock up on socks, underwear, hats, and more.
Athleisure is an mystery to a lot of people, but in my opinion, it’s really just an excuse to not wear real pants. So today only, Amazon is marking down athleisure styles, with some actual workout clothes mixed in, from brands like Adidas, PUMA, Lacoste, and more.
Adidas’ site has basically been on sale all week, but today it gets even better. Take 30% off the entire site (NMD and Ultra Boost excluded) when you use the code AFF30. Plus, you’ll get free shipping with no minimum. Even if it says it’s excluded from the promos (besides the NMD and Ultra Boost), it’ll be marked down.
“Fashion Sneakers” are a thing, especially now that “athleisure” is also a thing. Training or running shoes that will probably never see a speed over 3 mph are huge right now, and a few of the most popular styles are 20% off at Finish Line with the code SELECTSTYLE, plus free shipping.
Adidas makes some pretty awesome looking running shoes. So, if you’ve been eyeing a pair for a bit but haven’t pulled the trigger, Nordstrom Rack is having a huge sale on men’s and women’s Adidas shoes and accessories. Grab a new pair of sneaks, socks, and a gym bag for a fraction of the retail price.
I will never begrudge a celebrity for posting sponsored content. If I could make several thousand dollars for simply uploading a photo of myself holding or standing beside a product, I would do it all the time. I would skip to the bank after receiving my checks. I would post so much sponsored content that I would…
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Above left, a look from the Yeezy Spring ‘16 line; Right, an affordable alternative.
Kanye West debuted Yeezy Season 2, his second Adidas collection, on Wednesday at New York Fashion Week. To say the presentation was color coordinated would be a grave understatement.
Kanye West really wants to keep his surprise fashion show a secret, so much so that he’s enforced a non-disclosure agreement that costs $10 million to break.
Do you consider Rita Ora to be a superstar? Before you answer that, here's an ad for Adidas Originals' Superstar campaign that features her, Pharrell, David Beckham and Damian Lillard attempting to redefine what it means to be a superstar.
Here's Olympic champ and famous scowler rocking some new looks for Adidas. The only drawback? No picture of her doing that signature "not interested in this or any other awards ceremony" pout. (Is that a pout? What do you even call that look?)
Adidas wants you stop worrying about getting mud on your brand new sneakers. So they're you shoes that already have the mud on them. BRILLIANT! Wait—what?
The T-shirts in question include one promoting Rio de Janeiro's famous beaches with a woman in a bikini and the slogan, "looking to score." The other said "I [heart] Brazil," except the heart is clearly a woman's butt in a thong.
Marc Jacobs, his pecs and his abs are now the creative director for Diet Coke. This means he designed "whimsical, feminine" packaging for the brand, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary in Europe.
The internet has a funny way of working itself up into a sudden frenzy of outrage, and today that happened with these interesting sneakers, designed by Jeremy Scott for Adidas. It's hard to miss the bright orange shackles on these Adidas JS Roundhouse Mid sneakers, which will be out in August. Some people have deemed…