SVD releases an exclusive adidas Forum 84 Hi collaboration
Known for its original and innovative design, the adidas Forum made waves on and off the court when it was first released in 1984, creating a lasting legacy in basketball and becoming a status symbol among cultural tastemakers. The SVD adidas Forum 84 Hi builds upon the silhouette’s heritage and incorporates elevated design details including premium leather and textured suede materials accentuated through an off-white, dark blue and grey colour palette. @sivasdescalzo
Arriving in custom-packaging, specially made for the release, only 300 pairs are available worldwide. The release also comes with an accompanying ID card containing the silhouette’s unique serial number, exclusive to the owner, along with an interactive QR code allowing them to access and explore the world of SVD Forum, which has been inspired by the underground dance club parties of 80’s Brooklyn and creative communities worldwide.
Besides the sun and the sand, the retailer’s flagship city of Barcelona is well-known for its diverse culture and buzzing nightlife. It is a unique hub for many creative communities, including Wekaforé Jibril’s The Voodoo Club, a collective that is dedicated to delivering avant-garde African music from the present and future to the Mediterranean metropolis. Through the SVD adidas Forum 84 Hi release, the retailer will support the projects of local cultural creators, like The Voodoo Club, with an aim to help revitalize Barcelona’s creative industry, affected by some of the toughest restrictions this year.
For an opportunity to win a pair of the exclusive release, customers can sign up via SVD’s website by donating €3 in a special raffle taking place from December 10th to December 18th. All proceeds go to The Voodoo Dance Club, a project launched by Makuriya Camara and The Voodoo Club, with the purpose of creating a home for all the dancers in the city of Barcelona, developing practical workshop, mentorship and management programs, as well as helping to create and find jobs for the city’s creative youth.