Designer Alexander Wang acknowledges attendees after presenting his SS17 collection at New York Fashion Week in Manhattan, Sept. 10, 2016. Reuters

The long-awaited arrival of the Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang collection (in its entirety) is almost upon us, and two exclusive installments of the new pieces will debut in April.

The buzz began with Wang’s New York Fashion Week show in September, when the designer debuted the new pieces fashioned in collaboration with Adidas Originals. But fans will be able to purchase the full collection pieces on Saturday and on April 15, WWD reported Tuesday.

The Adidas Originals brand even took to Twitter to showcase the soon-to-be-released pieces.

Similar to Rihanna’s Fenty Puma spring 2017 collection, which will be released in increments from April through June, teasers for the Adidas Originals and Alexander Wang collection have debuted more recently. Fourteen of the original runway pieces hit select stores March 1.

The first “worldwide drop,” which feature pieces from the entire collection, will be released Saturday and then again on April 15.

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The sports-driven collection – with its patented Alex Wang spin – will come in exclusive packs, Elle.com reported.

Three categorized packs will hit stores Saturday, which will include the All Over Print (a windbreaker and reversible bomber jacket), Soccer (colorful track suits, jersey tops and shorts) and In-Out (inside-out-inspired sweatshirts, tracksuits and shorts).

An additional three packs will roll-out April 15, which will include Logo (as in logo-emblazoned T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies), Velour (velour long-sleeved and short-sleeved jerseys) and, finally, Patch (more jackets and track pants).

Shoppers will be able to purchase the new merchandise at both Adidas Originals and Alexander Wang flagship stores, online and more than 140 other global retail locations.

There was also a forthcoming Adidas Originals campaign that features Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, Rocco Ritchie, Binx Walton and Luke Storey, among others. Photographer Juergen Teller shot the campaign photos.