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Adidas Women Here to Create Is Modeled by Celebrities

The latest version of the Adidas Here to Create campaign is represented by Shay Mitchell, Dua Lipa, Karlie Kloss, Garbiñe Muguruza and Hannah Bronfman.

Adidas Women’s Here to Create collection encourages females to be more creative and active. Spokesmodels include actress Shay Mitchell, pop singer Dua Lipa (armpit pictured above), model Karlie Kloss, tennis player Garbiñe Muguruza, and fitness blogger Hannah Bronfman.

In the video Mitchell sports the Believe This High Rise Tights ($70) with the Crop Top 2.0 ($35). Dua Lipa can be spotted wearing the ID Cropped Tee ($45) with the Believe This Tights ($65). Kloss models the Don’t Rest Iteration Bra ($45) and Believe This Tights ($65). Muguruza dons the Stronger for It Soft Printed Bra ($60). And Bronfman wears the All Me Warrior Bra ($50).

All the pieces were inspired by long-time partner Stella McCartney. The patented moisture-wicking fabric keeps you dry in every condition, with a durable brushed elastic band.

Dua Lipa recently performed at the launch of the Statement Collection. Adidas hinted that a video may be coming soon on their official Instagram account for women @adidaswomen.

Last year Adidas announced their Creators campaign in a press release, stating, ” At the forefront of change are the people obsessed with progress: Creators. Those who have a bias for action, who flip the script and break boundaries are the ones who influence how things are done on the field, track, court, stage or street. With a single unexpected act, Creators can inspire others to invent and shape the world around them.” And the latest #HereToCreate is for the ladies.

Shop the entire Adidas Women Here to Create Collection at their official web store.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.