Adidas Gazelles are making their way back to the game! Celebrities across the globe have been spotted wearing the iconic sneaker. The vintage design is a refreshing change for anyone who is tired of wearing the same old chunky trainer.
Designed in 1966, the Gazelle style was the first design from Adidas. The German-based company created a suede trainer that will truly never go out of style. In this article, we are going to be sharing just how popular these shoes are.
50 years ago, Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger wore these trainers and they quickly turned into a fashion hit! They were originally designed in two colour options, red and blue. 56 years later, the Gazelle sneaker has been spotted on celebrities like Brad Pitt, Rita Ora, Brie Larson, and more.
Over the years, more colour releases have come into play allowing more fun sneakers for any age or gender. Former creative director of Gucci, Alessandro Michelle even designed a limited-edition pair of Gucci X Adidas Gazelle’s and they ringed in immediate success despite the $850 price tag!
Harry Styles is probably the most notable celeb to wear these sneakers. Rocking them on tour, on photo shoots, interviews, during performances, and more. It’s safe to say that he must have them in nearly every colour!
From the red carpet to street style, these are a pair that’s definitely loved by anyone celebrity or not. They can be purchased from most sneaker suppliers and in a range of colour variations including the original two. Fashion influencers have also taken the trend on board and got inspired to style their outfits to complement their choice of shoe.
Another trending Adidas style is the Samba shoe. Currently loved by Kendall Jenner, these are another sneaker that will take the fashion world by storm in 2023.
We can definitely expect to see celebrities continue sporting the retro Adidas sneakers throughout 2023 and possibly during fashion week too. We’ll soon find out…
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