An Exhibition Will Take Place Over 1000 Archival adidas SPEZIAL Sneakers Next Month
An Exhibition Will Take Place Over 1000 Archival adidas SPEZIAL Sneakers Next Month. If this news doesn’t excite you, then you must have something bigger in your mind! But that’s nearly impossible because a true sneaker fan will not ignore a line-up like this without a solid reason. There’s no occasion where you can find this massive collection in an exhibition. The designer of adidas SPZL, Gary Aspden, has a curated selection of over 1000 archival SPZL kicks! He wishes to organise an exhibition of only those kicks and show off their attributes.
Aspden picked British Textile Biennial at Blackburn for his collection of over 1000 archival SPZL kicks. If you ask why he chose the city, then you must dive back into the early days of adidas Spezial! He spent most of his youth there, and the creative team of the design department are from around there as well. As a result, the shoes have influences from their experience in the town. So, the choice seems legit. It’s like the trophy is coming home because of this exhibition!
Many of us know the classic adidas SPZL as handball shoes. Way back in 1979, handball players from Germany, Holland, and Scandinavia wore this simplistic head-turner. With the flow of time and vintage fashion trends, the series is now wildly popular among youngsters and fashionistas! By the time it was the mid-1980s, Aspden went all out with his SPZL creation and entered football and fashion realms. However, the shoe is just as friendly for a regular lazy walker and for people who love laid-back street crashers! Aspden’s curation of over 1000 archival SPZL kicks and the exhibition is a way of celebrating this brand.
An Exhibition Will Take Place Over 1000 Archival adidas SPEZIAL Sneakers Next Month. It will start on October 4th and run till October 20th at British Textile Biennial, Blackburn. Gary Aspden posted an official invitation in his social media. So, we must have a look at the vast collection! But for more details on each of these SPZL kicks, keep an eye on @FastSoleUK.
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