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Frilled adidas Stan Smith

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For the first (and probably only) time, we're about to recommend something with frills on it.

These are the Y’s, the result of a collaboration between Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto and the classic adidas Originals Stan Smith.

Following in the footsteps of a previous union for the Y's Super, the Y's are a premium reworking of the Stan Smith: a suede upper in black and grey sees the adidas stripes woven into the fabric with trailing white threads.

Stylish, different and bound to be incredibly annoying in a crowded bar, the Y's are available 15 March.

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