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Adidas Joins Forces with Cult Tokyo Streetwear Label Have a Good Time

A logo-crazed line-up of Trefoil classics.
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Adidas Originals has been pretty aggressive with its collaboration efforts recently, and clearly the brand knows how to pick its partners. This month, it's cult Tokyo streetwear label Have a Good Time.

Have a Good Time started back in 2010, in a small shop in Tokyo's Nakameguro district. As with most streetwear labels, it was propped up by a group of street artists who got together to make skate clothes. Eventually, as it rode the wave of Japanese streetwear's rise to global popularity, Have a Good Time and its red frame logo became emblematic of Tokyo's homegrown subcultures. They've since collaborated with brands like Vans and Reebok.

This latest pair-up with Adidas sees the Have a Good Time logo applied heavily on reversible tracksuits, T-shirts, and a pair of Sambas. Check it out:

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

IMAGE: Adidas Originals

The Adidas Originals x Have a Good Time collection releases in the Philippines tomorrow, October 25, through Adidas Philippines' online store and through Homme et Femme.

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