Greenhouse And adidas SPEEDFACTORY Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month With This Exclusive Collection
Greenhouse And adidas SPEEDFACTORY Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month With This Exclusive Collection of three classic AM4 runners. All three of them have different character and colourway because they are designed by three Latin-American artists- Lucia Hierro, M. Tony Peralta, and Bryan Avila. They try to focus on bright and party-ready themes and at the same time throw in the hints of their Hispanic heritage. The National Hispanic Heritage Month started on September 15th, and it’s almost coming to an end on October 15th. It’s not late to spice up your collection yet.
You either give-up the game entirely or bag all three of these Greenhouse adidas SPEEDFACTORY AM4 at once! There’s no in-between. FastSoleUK has your back when you are making the decision. This partnership may bring us some more in future.
Lucia Hierro from the Dominican Republic creates this masterpiece with an all-over graphic of plantain. The fruit is from the banana family which a favourite dish in the areas the conceptual artist is from. The bright yellow banana upper has stark neon green and black accents. Finally, a white Boost midsole sits underfoot.
M. Tony Peralta uses his chaotic and contemporary energy for this stunning colourway! The black knit-top has paint-splatters on the forefoot with red, green, and blue. Red three stripes and Peralta logo, and a white Boost slab finish the look.
Bryan Avila is an LA-born Mexican artist who is paying homage to blue Agave tequilana. Mexico uses the plant to make tequila and Bryan used it as his graphic-fuel. The blue leaves start from the forefoot and sidewall of the silo, but the entire upper stays fresh yellow. Finally, pitch-black accents and white Boost slab complete the theme.
Image Credit: sneakernews.com