Adidas x Stellasport Tie-dye jacket, shorts, color-blocked backpack and shoes.
To be honest, when it comes to staying active, I find it very hard to stay on track for a long time. Not because
I don't enjoy doing sports, but because I get distracted so easily by other things, that gym becomes less of a
priority. I do feel bad about it when it happens, especially that after hitting 30, staying active is a must in order
to be able to eat as much as I used to eat in my 20s. LOL! Yes, I think I made it pretty clear that I loveee food.
Now if you remember very well, almost two years ago I shared with you this little trick that I do when I wanna force myself to get back on the right track of being active, in this post here. I know that some of you might find it weird
or funny, but I swear it works like a charm. Imagine yourself when you buy an amazing party dress and immediately wanna go dancing, or when you buy the hottest swimsuit and start calling your friends to plan a beach day, it's exactly like that. I've been obsessing about Adidas x Stellasport SS16 collection, since the first few images started rolling on the web, and been eagerly waiting to put my hands on my favourite pieces. I mean this 80's inspired tie-dye jacket is everything! And that colour pop backpack is literally my new #BFF, she comes out with me everywhere, from the gym to the pool, to long weekends in Sour, and when she's home, she's sitting in my living room perfectly fitting with all my colourful furniture.
For this editorial, I chose to collaborate with Rudolf Azzi, a young, rising and inspiring photographer. I met Rudolf a few years back working on a project, and fell in love with his strong passion for photography and film. We've been meaning to collaborate on a few shoots for quite some time, but unfortunately, our schedules did not meet until last month. So here it is finally our first editorial featuring my favourite sports brand, I'm personally in loveee with the vibe of the photos and the way Rudolf retouched them and made me look kind of surreal. I really hope you enjoyed this first post, and I look forward to hearing back your feedback.
Photos by Rudolf Azzi