Revered fashion designer, adidas jeremy scott, has produced another variation of his popular adidas jeremy scott Wings 2.0, although sporting a more refined and subdued look compared to his signature eccentric aesthetic.
Titled “BBall,” the silhouette takes its inspiration from the original makeup of a basketball. Essentially comprised of a rubber composition covered with a tacky surface to mimic a basketball’s build, the sneaker is complemented with Black accents found on the eyelets, lining, laces and sole unit to cap off its design. Additionally, the distinctive wings component on the laces can be removed, or left on for a more dramatic flair.
On a 4-degree night in Manhattan, hours before his show at New York Fashion Week, Jeremy Scott wears an adidas jeremy scott with Mickey Mouse’s rear-end stitched onto the back of it. A blunt line of bangs cases his forehead (he’s cut his own hair since he was seven) and though the designer often wears a tough-guy scowl in photos, he’s quick to smile in person. “Ca-yooot,” he exclaims approvingly as a model slips into a teddy bear-printed dress. Bags of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos lay scattered throughout the 2,000 square-foot workspace.
We thought we’d seen it all when Nicki Minaj wore a fried chicken wing necklace, but somehow Amber Rose and 2 Chainz have managed to swing to that level of curious accessories with the cheap adidas shoes they were both spotted wearing recently.
The Spring sneakers feature a adidas jeremy scott head on the tongue of the shoe and even comes with an Adidas tee that the gorilla can change in and out of, if having a stuffed animal on your shoes wasn’t entertaining enough.