Ader Error x PUMA Unveil Colorful, Youth-Centric SS19 Collection

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Ader Error x PUMA have officially revealed their newest collaborative Spring/Summer 2019 collection. The range features sneaker silhouettes and apparel created with primary colors. The youth-centric campaign and lookbook includes an array of sporty separates like sweatpants, T-shirts and crewneck sweaters. Each piece comes with a unique graphic design.

In the realm of footwear, vintage aesthetics take center stage. The following designs get reworked in trendy colorways: the RS-X, the CELL Venom, the California, the Basket Platform and the RS-1. While each option sticks true to their original design detailing, the unique fabrics, graphic work and branding push the models in a new direction aesthetically.

Take a look at Ader Error x PUMA’s campaign and lookbook images in the gallery above. Stay tuned here for official drop dates.

While you’re here, check out PUMA’s latest Cali sneaker silhoutte.

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