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How Many Famous People Can You Name in Adidas' New Ad?

Pharrell, David Beckham, Karlie Kloss, James Harden...the list goes on.
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Athletes—and the world of sport in general–have a huge effect on culture. They influence fashion, music, and art, shift what people wear, what they talk about, what they want. Adidas has been on the forefront of that influence. Of course, the brand is also driven by creative types: your artists, designers, musicians, etc. And in the Three Stripes' latest campaign, Calling All Creators, it brings innovators from all kinds of disparate backgrounds together.

The campaign is held together by maybe one of the most influential casts of all time, including but not limited to: Vonn Miller, Karlie Kloss, Lionel Messi, Pharrell Williams, James Harden, Alexander Wang, David Beckham, Aaron Rodgers, Candace Parker, and Brandon Ingram. Together, these intensely talented people from different spaces come together to push creativity and innovation forward. Oh, and there are also lots of dope sneakers. Best of both worlds.

Check out the whole thing here:

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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