Jonah Hill, Pinnacle of 90s Kids, Has Teased a Potential Collab With Adidas
We've long been fans of Jonah Hill's style evolution over the last couple of years, as he emerged from a cocoon where he was branded "that chubby dude from the Seth Rogen movies" as a full blown street-style trend setter. He's now one of the most influential names in streetwear, one of the many celebrities leading a charge that's put skate brands like Palace and Supreme at the very forefront of contemporary fashion.
Adidas are seemingly well aware of this, and in keeping with the 90s revival aesthetic they've been pushing in their sneaker drops lately, they may have a collaboration in the works with the Mid90s writer and director. Hill teased this on his own Instagram, brandishing a seemingly unreleased pair of Adidas kicks and teasing that "something fun from me and Adidas" may be on the way. Hypebeast have speculated that the pair could be inspired by Adidas's EQT selection, which would put the collaboration well within Hill's 90s-inspired style wheelhouse.
The #fullkardashian and #sellingout hashtags also imply that the Superbad and Wolf of Wall Street star may have entered a commercial partnership with the three stripes, with the potential for a collection either inspired by or designed in collaboration with Hill.
We'll be sure to bring you more details on the collab as they surface.