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END. Takes Inspiration From Bauhaus Movement For Next adidas Originals Collection

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English retailer END. has just unveiled its Bauhaus-inspired adidas Originals collection.

The unreleased lineup – which drops on Feb. 24 – includes three silhouettes from the Three Stripes’ expansive catalog: the adidas Bermuda, Handball Special, and ZX420. END.’s exploration of the 20th century artistic movement resulted in a vibrant and easily-recognizable color palette applied to the collection. “Team Yellow” suede animates the Bermuda’s upper, as does red and blue at the profile 3-Stripes. Similarly, a “Hazy Blue” fabric covers the majority of the adidas Handball Spezial, which also featured red and yellow accents throughout the upper. By contrast, the retro ZX420 running sneaker favors a muted off white arrangement complemented by the Bauhaus movement’s signature tones.

As with other collaborations between END. and adidas, the upcoming trio enjoys co-branding throughout its design. Unique tongue labels appear on the shoes, while logos on the sockliner take on a shimmering gold finish. Lastly, each pair includes a “BRIGHT IS MY FAVORITE COLOR” message on the inner lining as a final nod to the art school founded by Walter Gropius.

Enjoy campaign photography of the collection ahead. The entire “Bauhaus” range arrives on Feb. 24 via the END. Launches program.

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Photos courtesy of END.