Stop what you're doing, because a new fashion line is here. Pharrell is back at it again, and this time he's teamed up with Adidas Stan Smith Donna Adidas. The two have created a clothing and footwear line that aims to unite the entire world. Honestly, you should expect nothing less from the star. How much is the Pharrell x Adidas Hu NMD line, you ask? Just like the global reach, there's a price point for everyone.
What started with a bright yellow sneaker reading "human Nike Air Max 90 Damen race" has now taken off to include much more. Pharrell teamed up with Adidas to create a line filled with everything leggings and zip-ups to five different colorful shoes. This isn't your typical line though. The collab isn't aiming for one specific demographic. According to Adidas' Instagram, they're aiming to unite the entire world.
The worldwide launch will include footwear in five different colors with different split sayings on them. Those will cost you $240 each. The clothing is where it gets a little pricier. On the more affordable side, you have shorts, sweatpants, and tanks that stick between $70 and $140. Where it gets a little high-end in pricing is with the jackets, which range between $270 to $750. Considering it's launching worldwide, the price reflects the broad range of customers.
The line goes on sale worldwide Adidas ZX 750 Femme on the Adidas site on Sept. 29. I'd mark your calendars, because something tells me these items will fly off the shelves. There's no word yet on whether this will be a limited edition collection. That means that this could be your only shot to shop the line.
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