Adidas Originals x cheap jeremy scott ‘Dark Knight’

Remember how shocking cheap jeremy scott’s first round of adidas designs were? No one really knew what to make of them except for a few early adopters and fashionistas who immediately bought in and led us all down his progressive path which brings us to today and the revealing of his next step.

His latest design is a graduation of the adidas Originals JS Wings series is this Dark Knight inspired look that takes the shoe in an unimaginable direction with a modernized swooping wing sweeping across it’s upper. Although the photo is in black and white it doesn’t look like we are missing out on any color as this pair appears to be done in various forms of black including matte and gloss.

These were spotted on the feet of UK singer Daley and while celeb’s always have the fast track to products we are hoping to get see these on shelves soon.

Cheap jeremy scott is always banging out some trippy designs that I for one always love. This time around, we’re getting a dope print by the artist himself, in one of adidas most popular silhouettes–the adidas ZX Flux.

JS really let lose this time around, allowing an array of colors explode throughout the (once) monotone upper. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what the print is, but if you’ve got any good descriptors for this green-blue-orange-pink design, let me know. (I think of an aerial view meets cross-section of a tree…nerdy, but that’s all I got). If you’re interested, these have touched down once again at select adidas retailers.

Whether it’s his own design or a funky take on a Three Stripes classic, jeremy scott adidas is always pushing boundaries with his adidas collections. For Fall/Winter 2015, he’ll be taking his unique talents to one of the year’s most popular silhouettes.

Seen here is a preview of the upcoming Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals Tubular Runner. Like much of Scott’s work, this version almost looks like a completely new sneaker, but you should be able to distinguish the Tubular’s sole and overall shape here. The printed upper appears to be constructed of a sock-like bootie, gaining support from a neon reptile patterned overlay and strap.

If jeremy scott adidas’ previous collections are any indication, this is only the beginning of what we can expect from his adidas Originals Fall/Winter collab. Stay tuned.