Olivia Wilde Just Wore the New It Sneakers, so Prepare for Them to Sell Out

Staud and New Balance are back with another epic collection, and I, for one, couldn't be more thrilled. The pair of always-buzzy brands each struck gold with their collaboration, and they keep giving the people what they want. The latest collection officially launches today, and per usual, the brands are embracing many of the season's trends for their activewear-focused offerings.

Olivia Wilde was lucky enough to get her hands on one of what are sure to be the most popular pieces in the collection: a pair of retro-inspired 574 sneakers. Staud and New Balance really leaned into the primary colors for this collection (and I love them for it), so the classic sneakers have been made over with splashes of green, red, and yellow. I'm quite sure they'll sell out, especially given the reasonable price point. The collection also contains another pair of sneakers, matching sets, two-tone sweatpants that will surely be a hit, and much more. Shop my favorite pieces below, including Wilde's covetable sneakers.


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On Olivia Wilde: Levi's coat; Sports Verified sweatpants; Coach handbag; Gucci tote; Staud x New Balance 574 Sneakers ($120) Vehla Dixie Sunglasses ($160)


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On Olivia Wilde: La Ligne Claudette Sweater ($495); Ética Tyler High Rise Ankle Straight Jeans ($158); Staud x New Balance 574 Sneakers ($120)

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Allyson Payer
Senior Editor

Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.