Stella McCartney teams with Adidas for Wimbledon line

17-piece collection will be worn by some of the biggest names at this summer’s tournament.

Fashion designer Stella McCartney has once again joined forces with adidas, this time to launch a tennis collection.

The range – which consists of 17 pieces – will be worn by some of the big names taking part in this summer’s Wimbledon tournament including Angelique Kerber (pictured), Garbiñe Muguruza and Stefanos Tsitsipas, reported fashion business title Fashion United.

The collection includes a court dress and court zip tee for women, plus a tailored FreeLift construction for men.

The pieces were created using a range of methods and sustainable materials including dope dye technology – this creates less water waste by adding colour directly into the material mix at the initial stage of production – recycled polyester and Parley Ocean plastic, which is a material created from upcycled plastic waste intercepted from beaches and coastal communities before being made into yarn.

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