Best in Show: Daniel Pacitti
Stylist Daniel Pacitti unpacks his favourite look from the Kiko Kostadinov S/S 19 collection, commenting on utility and everyday beauty.
Image Gallery: David Beckham
A homage to the great city of Miami which is close to his heart, David Beckham and artist Hannah Bentley created this custom sculpture for adidas.
SHOWstudio is proud to capture adidas PROUDER, a cultural call to action of unity, originality and pride curated by Fat Tony in aid of the Albert Kennedy Trust.
Image Gallery: Charlotte Tilbury
Iconic make-up pioneer, Charlotte Tilbury gets girly with a bejewelled retro roller skate version of the Samba.
Image Gallery: Chapman Brothers
Turner prize nominated visual artists The Chapman Brothers recreate the Samba, taking inspiration from the famed Birkenstock sandal and trainer.
Image Gallery: Boy George
Explore Boy George's 'Top Billing' Samba trainers that capture his long journey to accepting happiness.
Image Gallery: Blondey McCoy
Take a look at skateboarder Blondey McCoy's 'Icarus' adidas Samba trainers.
Image Gallery: Bella Freud
See designer Bella Freud's deconstructed framed 'Sex' adidas shoes.
Image Gallery: Albert Kennedy Trust
The Albert Kennedy Trust and one of their bright, talented young people created this custom pair of Samba trainers.
Film: adidas PROUDER
The likes of Rita Ora, Pharrell and Paloma Faith discuss what it means to be proud for adidas PROUDER.
Image Gallery: Nick Knight
Nick Knight's pixelated adidas Samba trainers become almost art-like in their appearance.
Image Gallery: Skin
Artist Skin, of rock band Skunk Anansie, creates a pair of hand-painted trainers for adidas PROUDER.
Image Gallery: Sam McKnight
Sam McKnight create a pair of Sambas to reflect his long-standing imprint on the industry with plaited extensions, a ponytail and tongue all styled and made with real human hair.
Image Gallery: Rita Ora
Peruse Rita Ora's glitter adidas Sambas which embody her pride, freedom of speech and feeling of acceptance.
Image Gallery: Philip Treacy
Hat extraordinaire Philip Treacy lends his creative touch to a unique pair of adidas Sambas.
Image Gallery: Pet Shop Boys
A homage to their work in music, the notorious Pet Shop Boys present a pair of Sambas inspired by the dance floor.
Image Gallery: Paloma Faith
Singer Paloma Faith uses her 'Flaaz' shoes to showcase the benefits of using a platform to comment on important social issues.
Image Gallery: New Order
Explore New Order's rainbow adidas Samba trainer collection.
Image Gallery: Naomi Campbell
Naomi Campbell totally rehashes her Sambas into not only a celebration of her beloved friends in the LGBT community but also the fashion-forward thinking she is so well known for.
Image Gallery: Marc Jacobs
LGBT icon and simply put one of the greatest fashion designers of our generation - Marc Jacobs creates an embellished Samba like no other.
Image Gallery: Liam Payne
Liam Payne shows pride and his plan to unite for a better world, with his 'The Prototype' adidas trainers.