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Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Wings 2.0 – ‘Flames’

October 22, 2010 BY / 0

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Hot rods might not be the first thing that comes to mind when considering flamboyant adidas Originals ObyO collaborator Jeremy Scott.  Heavily influenced by golden era hip-hop aesthetics, Scott’s zany designs aren’t the type of thing you’d expect to see at a rockabilly show, and yet, the transition from a more ‘realistic’ wing into trailing flames on the Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Wings 2.0 make perfect sense.  The flowing lines and gradient give these a fast-moving feel, even when the person wearing them is standing still; no word yet on whether the NBA will ban these for having that competitive advantage.  In all seriousness, these are among the more daring lifestyle looks for the holiday season and they just became available for pre-order from Opening Ceremony.

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