It’s finally spring! And for yet another season Rita Ora collobrates with Adidas Originals revealing a circus inspired collection for spring 2016. Released on April 1st, Rita’s new collection was inspired by her love for acrobats’ complex movements and abilities. The British singer unites classic Adidas styles while translating the unique ways of circus trapeze performers into the fashions. The latest capsule collection, “Artistic Lights”, includes apparel and shoes. Themed with bright light graphics, the collection includes nylon overlay shorts, all-over print and cut-out leggings and of course shoes. The Adilette, ZX Flux, the Tubular Defiant and the Superstar Slip-on all touch on the circus idea with flashy colours or trapeze-inspired bandage taping. Items are slowly beginning to become available on Adidas.com.
There is no better time to start working out in a killer pair of sneakers than spring! Not only are a great pair of sneakers good for working out, but they will also come in handy for those summer adventures such as hiking, camping, etc. Take a look at a couple of Rita Ora x Adidas collab below:
Rita Ora x Adidas Originals’ previous collection focused on the Eastern culture and kimono, the newest Rita Ora “Artistic Lights” lineup will instantly make anyone feel refreshed and cheerful thanks to its bright colors and bold printed contrasts. The whole collection has a theme of reflecting lights that has been used to adorn both Adidas Orginals’ long-time staples and fresh new looks. Discover more of the collection below, and shop the Rita Ora collaboration with Adidas on Adidas.com.
“To me, they aren’t opposites. I feel like they go hand in hand. To feel sexy you must feel comfortable, and that’s what I always aim for in my collections. I kept the balance by choosing a design that is unique and cool, but choosing items that allow for my fans to express their fashion [sense] and feel comfortable and attractive. I think the balance is just perfect!” she recently told Nylon. What are your thoughts on the new collection?