When it comes to adidas and its ever-classic Superstar, a common theme that we’ve seen is that the brand has a tendency of filtering this silhouette through the minds of various musical artists from all genres. We’ve seen Pharrell do 50 of his own colorways, Beyoncé make her own platform version and Run-D.M.C. craft their own nostalgic installment, and now the German imprint is calling Daiki Tsuneta to put his own spin on the shell-toed kicks.
The J-Pop sensation and founder of King Gnu And millennium parade has opted to go for a muted presentation for its upper. An ultramarine blue is expressed through various parts of the base such as the leather panels, midsoles and the shell toes while a pure white hue drowns the stripes and tongue banners. The customary Superstar branding that is printed on the quarter panels sticks out with gilded font. Chaotic graphics also make their way onto the insoles and the see-through treading, the former of which also comes brandished with fused atmos and adidas logos.
Check out a closer look at the pair in the gallery above and note that atmos Tokyo is releasing these via raffle that is open from November 22 to November 25.
For other news, Darryl Brown just unveiled his collaborative adidas Campus 80.
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