Bad Bunny, the Puerto Rican rapper, is redefining the contemporary concept of a versatile artist. The prolific musician, who recently appeared in commercials for both Pepsi and Apple Music, headlined Coachella, and was recently rumored to be preparing a collaborative track with Travis Scott and The Weeknd, has not confined his influence to the music industry alone. His continuous collaborations with adidas have firmly entrenched his mark across various cultural spheres — and today we get a first look at another from the latter.
The latest revealed model is a version of the adidas Campus silhouette, cast in warm, earthy brown tones. This new design follows a similar construction approach to its "Wild Moss" predecessor, featuring a luxuriously rough suede that engulfs most of the shoe's upper.
The heel padding, made of satin, adds a touch of elegance to the robust design. The suede upper, given a worn-in, faded cocoa hue, is beautifully offset by delicate cream accents. These lighter shades find their place on the rope laces, inner heel lining, outsole, and the distinctive full-length foxing, which carries a brushed finish.
Rounding off Benito's adidas Campus design is the iconic 3-Stripes adidas branding, presented in a rich dark chocolate tone, ensuring the earthy aesthetics of the shoe are maintained throughout. This detail adds a final flourish of depth to the monochromatic brown composition.
Get a glimpse of the Bad Bunny x adidas Campus "Brown Suede" below; A release date has now been confirmed for July 29th, so stay tuned to our official Twitter account for updates.