The New Drop From Adidas By Prada Is The January Workout Motivation We All Need

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Photo credit: Adidas by Prada Re-Nylon
Photo credit: Adidas by Prada Re-Nylon

The trend for high-end-meets-high-street designer collaborations is showing no signs of slowing down, and there are already quite a few marked in our calendars for 2022 – Barbie x Balmain, Iris Apfel x H&M and the just-announced Yeezy Gap Engineered by Balenciaga to name but a few.

But top of our lists right now is the latest drop from Adidas By Prada Re-Nylon, the highly anticipated third collection from the brands' creative collaboration which first launched back in 2019 – and it's available to buy from today. Talk about starting the year with a bang!

Photo credit: Adidas by Prada Re-Nylon
Photo credit: Adidas by Prada Re-Nylon

In a stroke of genius timing, the brands have released the ultimate 21-piece collection of super-stylish luxury sportswear from trainers and sweatshirts to duffle bags – and it's just what we needed to cure that pesky mid-January waning workout motivation. Even though, in all honesty, we're not sure we'd let any of the pieces go anywhere near an actual exercise class...

These are classic Adidas staples reimagined in high-end Prada style, and it shows. Think clean, sharp silhouettes in timeless black and white designs, elegantly emblazoned with Adidas' three stripes and Prada's iconic logo – all of which have been crafted by Prada's own artisans in Italy.

Photo credit: MEGA - Getty Images
Photo credit: MEGA - Getty Images

Even better, Adidas By Re-Nylon boasts some serious sustainability credentials too. Each piece in the collection is composed of Re-Nylon, Prada's groundbreaking textile which is made from recycled ocean plastic and textile fibre waste – which is also infinitely recyclable itself. Impressive.

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