Form An Orderly Queue For Kylie Jenner's Sneakers
It's time for your dad shoe revival to continue.
Kylie Jenner announced just last week that she has become an Adidas ambassador, while modeling for the relaunch of the brand's "Falcon" sneakers on Instagram. And now, the very shoes she's wearing in the below shot will be here to buy from Thursday September 6 on the Adidas website. Form a queue -- these are going to be big.
According to the brand, the "Falcon" is based off '90s running designs and the "carefree, rebellious spirit of that decade's art, music and fashion." And look, we love them, and clearly will buy some ourselves.
What we see really is a "dad trainer", which is very now, of course.
In a press release about the shoes, Kylie said, "I've always loved Adidas and it's exciting now being part of the Originals family, especially for Falcon." Adidas' Vice President of Global Brand Communications Alegra O'Hare said, "We are interested in creating tomorrow's streetwear by reinventing the most iconic sportswear from our archives. Falcon is inspired by the Falcon Dorf, an iconic model from the '90s: its bold and unapologetic DNA is at the core of today's Falcon and reflects the confident mindset of a new generation of female creative consumers."
Kylie has been wearing Adidas all over her Instagram lately -- clearly she's a fan as well as a face of the brand, and she's now following in her big sister Kendall's footsteps by officially joining the Adidas family.
She shared the above photo -- sporting Adidas’ creamy white Yung-1 shoe with a retro workout look including black bike shorts and a matching bra top with a black hoodie on top, all designed by Aussie super stylist Christine Centenera and partner, designer Josh Goot, for their label Wardrobe.NYC. “Ready for the weekend,” she simply captioned the post.
Wardrobe.NYC also posted the shot on social media. It's a love in.
Kendall has also been seen in the same Wardrobe.NYC trainers, even though SHE paired with Adidas on their Arkyn campaign in April.
Fashion can be confusing at times.
Feature Image: Adidas