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Gigi Hadid Reebok collaboration: Lookbook, release date, prices and everything else you need to know

It includes everything from workout leggings to trainers

Sarah Young
Tuesday 05 February 2019 15:03
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Gigi Hadid has launched a 1990s-inspired capsule collection with Reebok.

Following on from the success of the supermodel’s debut collaboration with the sportswear giant last year, Hadid has designed another range, and this time it includes clothing.

The 14-piece collection, available to buy from Tuesday 5 February, combines Reebok’s authentic heritage with Hadid’s unique background in both fashion and sport.

A former volleyball player and equestrian, Hadid was keen to incorporate aspects of her chosen sports in the designs, transforming everything from workout leggings and joggers to swimsuits, T-shirts and cropped jackets with bold stripes and colour-blocked patterns.

As well as clothing, the collection also includes two versions of the brand-new Aztrek Double trainer.

An updated version of the original 1990s runner, the design expertly taps into the trend for ‘dad trainer’s with an extra thick sole and unmistakably retro aesthetic.

The trainers also feature a distinctive graphic pattern in black and white, with the option of either azure blue or coral detailing.


In November last year, Hadid also launched two new trainers with Reebok in a collection dubbed “Future Nostalgia”.

The trainers which were based on the brand’s famous Freestyle Hi sneaker, which was first released in 1982 and was, according to Reebok, the first ever fitness trainer designed specifically for women.

The supermodel explained that she explored Reebok’s decades-old repertoire when brainstorming for the new range.

“This collection is about looking at the past and reinterpreting that creative boldness for today, for women who define their own style boundaries and aren’t afraid to challenge convention,” she said during a Reebok press tour.


“I wanted to take classic Reebok clothing patterns and shapes and incorporate new cuts/crops, fresh colourways and fabric/fits that I knew would be comfortable to workout and sweat in.

”The ‘classic nostalgia’ idea came from how I described wanting to feel in these clothes, and I love what each element of the collection represents – from the empowering identity of the Freestyle to the fierce statement t-shirt. Each piece feels personal to me and my style.“

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Pieces from the collection are priced between £15 – £110 and available to buy here.

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