adidas super tech Adidas ink deal to open Yeezy retail sites
Singer Kanye West and Adidas are expanding their partnership that began almost two years ago with retail hubs for his Yeezy products and additional sportswear designs. The sportswear company announced the collaboration June 29, describing it as the most significant partnership created between a non athlete and an athletic brand.
Along with West, a team based at the company Portland, Ore., offices will lead the creation of new Yeezy products.
Television host, producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist Nick Cannon has teamed with Men Wearhouse for its ninth annual Suit Drive through July 31. The more than 800 stores across the nation will be collecting gently used men and women professional attire to give unemployed individuals a chance to look their best as they transition back into the workforce.
Over the past eight years, the suit drive has collected more than 1 million items of clothing.
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