Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals Arrow

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An angel’s wings and a plush teddy bear hasn’t stopped Jeremy Scott from creating some of the most bizarre pieces of footwear sculptures of the decade, but his latest design takes it to the side of ‘classy’ as he creates a pair of shoes perfect for a tuxedo. Not only does it go well with a tuxedo, it IS a tuxedo – in shoe form. Here’s a look at the Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals Arrow, a low-top lifestyle shoe with a white shirt collar and black bowtie at the ankle of the shoe. The white upper is matches with a black lower construction with patent leather (the preferred material for dress shoes when wearing tuxedos) and is certainly a step further from his last tuxedo-inspired design. What will Jeremy Scott come up with next? Take a look at the images after the jump and expect these to hit select Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals retailers soon. via Suelasdegoma.

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