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The third collaborative collection from Song for the Mute and adidas Originals creates a nostalgic atmosphere while preserving a distinctly modern essence.

In ‘SFTM-003,’ the iconic Country OG silhouette is reexamined and reimagined in three 90s-inspired color schemes: pale grey and teal nylon reminiscent of vintage windbreakers, classic black leather with suede detailing, and metallic D-ring hardware paired with a custom paracord-inspired toggle lacing system, evoking a sense of futuristic nostalgia.

Creative Director Lyna Ty brings a contemporary touch to heritage silhouettes with modern fabrications and details throughout the accompanying apparel range. The collection includes eight garments exploring innovative textile directions and techniques.

Sherpa fleece zip-up jackets feature digital printed contrast sleeves and logo embroidery, while distressed jersey hoodies in brown and teal accompany an oversized blazer and press-stud track pants, both made from lightweight coated cotton. The range is completed with custom jacquard knitwear featuring intricate contrasting colorwork.

Photographer Atsushi ‘Jima’ Nishijima, known for candid photographs of actors on film sets, captures the unique, off-kilter energy in the accompanying campaign. Collaborating with Art Director and Stylist Stephen Mann, they capture behind-the-scenes moments of actors in city backdrops, back alleyways, and metal scaffolding, highlighting the beauty of unscripted moments.

Hair artist Erol Karadag introduces theatrical period wigs that add depth to the overarching narrative. Contrasted against the modern environment, these wigs introduce an element of time-travel and drama, supporting the heritage and modernist themes explored by Ty in her collections.

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