Having debuted early in 2015, the Yeezy Boost 750 sold out instantly in every iteration that released, despite its hefty $350 price tag. The high-top lace-up was made in partnership between Kanye West and adidas, and its popularity is such that a third contributor has to be the most unnecessary of propositions. That hasn't stopped UK-based designer James Warner, who's unveiled renderings that sees the Yeezy Boost 750 released in conjunction with collaborative partners that, let's face it, will never happen. They include design input from Supreme, BAPE and CDG Play, as well as an unthinkable "Red October" version of the shoe. Check them out in the gallery below, and see more of James' work here.
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