adidas Originals, previewed one of its most progressive and sustainable footwear collections created with long-time partner Parley for the Oceans, with a power-packed show in association with new-age designer labels – Antar Agni by Ujjawal Dubey and Khanijo by Gaurav Khanijo on the ‘Sustainable Fashion Day’ at FDCI x Lakmé Fashion Week.
The runway showcased the perfect blend of effortless style and innovative sustainability, followed by a show-stopping entry by Actor & Singer, Shruti Haasan, who walked the ramp wearing Antar-Agni paired with the adidas Originals Forum Mid Parley shoes from the soon to be launched, ‘Originals by Parley’ footwear collection.
Slated for a nationwide launch on Earth Day, the Three Stripes and Parley have come together to bring these signature looks firmly into the future. The collection will include iconic sneaker franchises such as Nizza Hi, Nizza Lo, Superstar, Stan Smith, ZX 8000, Forum Mid, Forum Low, and NMD_R1, as well as two women’s exclusives: the Forum Bold W and Nizza Platform W. Already timeless in their own right, each sneaker in the collection has been made with a yarn which contains at least 50% Parley Ocean Plastic — re-imagined plastic waste, intercepted on remote islands, beaches, coastal communities, and shorelines, preventing it from polluting our oceans. The other 50% of the yarn is recycled polyester. Serving as just one of the innovations that represent adidas’ commitment to Help End Plastic Waste, effortless style and progress come together for a collection where every step makes a difference.
adidas Originals by Parley collection launches globally on World Earth Day, 22nd April 2022, and will be available in India across all adidas Originals retail stores and digitally on adidas.co.in and on the adidas India shopping app.
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