Searches for the Italian luxury brand skyrocketed after its collection with Adidas was released in June.
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The sneaker consignment store has quietly opened its doors again since closing in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
On Wednesday, the two companies announced a new program called Dream Assembly Base Camp.
Over half a million people tried to buy the sneaker when it dropped on Tuesday.
The 2,600-square-foot shop in SoHo offers accessories and footwear in a forward-thinking space.
The collection—including a checkered trucker jacket, skateboard and more—will drop on March 10 in the US and overseas.
The two brands teased the upcoming project with some close-up shots on Instagram.
Emory started this week and is working closely with the label’s design team and founder James Jebbia, reports say.
The icon made history as the first Black man to win an Oscar for Best Actor for his role in the 1963 film “Lilies of the Field.”
Available January 13, the collection will include ready-to-wear, accessories and bags—in addition to new Adidas Forum sneakers.