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Vibe With '90s Style Tribes in adidas Originals' Gazelle Lookbook

Throwback to subculture’s golden era, modeled by ‘00 youth.

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Vibe With '90s Style Tribes in adidas Originals' Gazelle Lookbook

Throwback to subculture’s golden era, modeled by ‘00 youth.

adidas Originals‘ Gazelle lookbook spoke to ’90s grunge kids and skate crews – the style tribes that led the decades-old subculture. From teen spirit Selah Marley who celebrates her Reggae musical heritage, to grunge child Alicia Bognanno and Bully frontwoman, to Pro Era collective talent Kirk Knight, the Gazelle adapts with its owners by injecting Three-Stripes iconography into their subculture.

Enjoy the lookbook above and throwback to ’90s style tribes all over again.

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