The collaboration will reunite Los Blancos with Yohji Yamamoto’s Y-3, who famously designed Madrid’s 2014/15 season third kit – a black and white strip with a dragon emblazoned on it.
The campaign titled “The Ceremony” looks to celebrate the 120th anniversary of Real Madrid, along with the twelfth year of Y-3 x Adidas.
Promotional images showcase stars such as Karim Benzema, David Alaba and even Iker Casillas sporting apparel from the upcoming collection, one which will be headlined by the fourth kit.
The brand is known for designs that fuse Japanese fashion with avant-garde aesthetics, and their latest collaboration channels speed and dynamism.
In line with the previous collab, the 2022 edition also features a clean black and white aesthetic, with a faint graphic running across the entire shirt.
The logos are all-white, creating a classy blend, which exudes l and remains neoteric. Instead of Adidas, it’s the Y-3 logo which features instead, along with a special jock tag displaying Yamamoto’s signature.
Another highlight from the collection is the pink-coloured goalkeeper kit. The keeper’s variant is essentially the same, aside from the primary colour, which changes to pink. A unique choice certainly, but one that evidently works very well.
Fans will get to witness the jersey in action, as Real Madrid are all set to wear it during the upcoming El Clasico. The entire collection is available for purchase on the Real Madrid website, albeit with very premium pricing.