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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: So Exotic

Designers are going wild for jungle, feather and tribal patterns.

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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: Sea Fit

Charming nautical motifs and aquatic hues are as pretty as a postcard.

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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: On the Wire

Underwires make for the latest attention-grabbing shape.

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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: Like Leather

Dare to bare in these racy suits worked in fabrics meant to mimic leather.

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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: Geo Tracks

Linear and geometric patterns take shape for cruise.

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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: Flower Bomb

Softer versions of the popular print are in season.

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Cruise 2015 Swim Trend: Active Duty

Industrial zippers, rash guards and sporty details are on the move.

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Puma Teams With McQ

The collection merges the McQ collection’s “rebellious spirit and bold youth culture references” with Puma’s history of athletic innovation.

Adidas Partners with Manchester United for Kit

The brand has signed an agreement with the British soccer club to become the team’s global technical sponsor and official licensing partner.

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Wearable Tech Inching Closer to the Everyday

The soldiers in the wearable revolution are amassing. And they’re a formidable force, from tech giants like Google Inc. to online retailers like Amazon.

Adidas 2 Nike 0 in World Cup Final

With Adidas sponsoring both teams in Sunday's World Cup final, the German sportswear brand has declared victory over U.S. rival Nike.

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Adidas Partners with Marina Abramovic

The performance artist worked with the sports brand to mark World Cup.

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