11/08/2017
Retro.

Words by

Tara Smith

Reebok Classic has dropped a nostalgic Fall/Winter 2017 collection, fronted by English model, Anaïs Gallagher.

The collection nods to the '90s, with colour-blocked tracksuits, hoodies and sweatshirts in Star Spangled red, white and blue.

The English countryside was the perfect backdrop for the campaign, which shows Gallagher wearing the retro sportswear.

Check out the campaign in the gallery above, or keep an eye out for the Australian release here.

reebok.com.au/classics

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