Bad Bunny, Other Latin Artists With Clothing & Shoe Lines You Might Not Know
Diversity is slowly eradicating racism as Latin artists are also dominating the world with their music and entertainment. Famous Latin musicians like Bad Bunny and J Balvin are taking over the scene.
With their goal to promote their music and connect with their fans worldwide, various Latin artists collaborated with different clothing and shoe brands.
The relationship between brands and musicians is a mainstay of pop culture, according to a The Drum report. The partnership between these two different industries offers benefits for both.
Linkages like these give brands a chance to reach a certain market through the artist. On the other hand, musicians will have a revenue stream that is not limited to the record industry's calendar. In short, it is a win-win situation for both industries.
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Latin Artists and Clothing Brands Collab
If you are a fan of Latin music, check out if your favorite artist has a collab with any brand. You might want to support them in another way.
Bad Bunny and Adidas
Nothing better than your first café.— adidas Originals (@adidasoriginals) March 13, 2021
Bienvenidos Bad Bunny (@sanbenito) and congratulations on your first collaboration with the adidas family, the #adidasFORUM First Café.
Available 3.17 on Confirmed in the US and EU, at select retailers globally, and through Uber Eats in PR. pic.twitter.com/xuqtMS7Nk5
Bad Bunny has dropped his new shoe design with Adidas Originals. In a Twitter post, Adidas mentioned that this is Bad Bunny's first collaboration with the company.
The pair of shoes is a low-rise sneaker and is colored in different hues of brown. The shoes are also modeled with pastel cream-colored shades of blue and green, giving it a coffee with a creamy foam on top. Adidas drubbed Bad Bunny's shoe collection as "First Café."
Lunay and Pull&Bear
🤫 Pull&Bear By Lunay presale is live on Stories 🔥 Check the limited-edition Pull&Bear By @lunaypr1 collection on Stories and the Pull&Bear app #pullandbearbylunay #pullandbearsicko19https://t.co/hqpoXIqROH pic.twitter.com/JtkhX9SfDV— Pull&Bear (@pullandbear) September 18, 2020
Puerto Rican singer Lunay has also dropped his collaboration with Pull&Bear. Lunay and Pull&Bear launched the "Lu-Lu Athletics Club," a basketball-inspired capsule collection, according to Billboard.
The limited-edition set was inspired by the archetypal basketball aesthetic of the 2000s, and it highlights colors such as lime green and blue.
The collection includes varsity jackets, hoodies, T-shirts, jogging shorts, wristbands, socks, and even basketball caps.
J Balvin Collaborations
The famous Colombian artist, who is known for the songs "6 AM," "Ay Vamos," and "Mi Gente," have several collaborations with different brands. One of his biggest collaborations was with Dior when he participated in the company's IGTV video.
Entitled "A day with J Balvin at the Dior Summer 2020 men's show," the video demonstrated his interest in the renowned couture house, according to Shift.
J Balvin has also collaborated with Nike, and it made history by becoming the first Latino artist to collaborate with Nike's Jordan brand. The Air Jordan I x J Balvin sneaker went sold out on its Dec. 8 release.
Becky G and PrettyLittleThing
Mexican-American Becky G unveiled her new collaboration with Pretty Little Thing on her birthday last March 2. Her collab encompasses pants, crop tops, jeans, and bomber jackets. Her hometown of Inglewood, California inspired the clothes collection.
Rosalia and Nike
Spanish singer Rosalia also had a collaboration with Nike. Rosalia has dropped a teaser of the "AF1 Espadrille," a sneaker inspired by espadrille shoes.
In her Instagram post, Rosalia cited some references to the inspiration of her shoe design. The sneaker comes with satin ribbons as shoelaces and is in off-white to give that classic espadrille feel.
If you happen to miss these collaborations of brands and Latin artists like Bad Bunny, that might be a bummer. But we can't wait for more Latin artists' collaborating with brands which are very possible.
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