Blue and white with silver accents. Is it really that simple? For http://jeremyscott.com”>Jeremy Scott, this is deceptive simplicity as the master of ostentation will never let things end at just a cool combination of colors. For his fourth season of work with http://adidas.com/originals”>adidas Originals by Originals, the New York designer who has caused some jaw drops and happy applause in the tough fashion crowd with whimsical yet bold Bedrock inspiration, use of Mickey Mouse ears and irreverent statements saluting fashion, Scott keeps it loud.
Previewed earlier in the year, we spotted this pair of license plate stamped high-tops with a white upper with nifty blue and silver accents. And in true Jeremy Scott sneaker fashion, the tongue is where it is at. Instead of ye old regular tongue tag, it is replaced with a New York license plate and “ADIDAS” stamped across it. Slightly more subtle than the mutli-colored wings from last season, but it is still without a doubt marked with Scott’s flair, and legitimately New York. These will be hitting select adidas Originals by Originals retailers soon, so do look out for them when the time comes. via: http://hypebeast.com”>HB