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adidas Originals by Originals - Jeremy Scott - Spring/Summer 2010 - Footwear

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Britain's finest Jeremy Scott is possibly the best archetypal representation of London sensibility-- slightly less refined than Paris, more unpredictable than New York and every bit outrageous, irreverent, and chock full of colors. It's not just with his own collection, but Jeremy Scott seems to have sent all his work off to a Disney boot camp on psychedelics. The same goes for his Spring/Summer 2010 collaborative collection with adidas Originals by Originals (ObyO). Following on his previous work with the label, his collection is similarly exaggerated in silhouette, motifs (who else would literally put wings on your feet a la JS Wings?) but goes the extra mile and takes a plunge into the deep end of the color pool. As previously introduced, the multicolored JS Wings we previewed is an expected turn up for the upcoming collection, and the other kicks from the season follow in the crazy suit. The new model, Metro Attitude Hi, returns in a striking yellow and silver weaved upper combo, complete with the dramatic oversize tongue; also, another note worthy pair in the line up is a chrome reflective silver low-top which resembles a cross between the iconic Creepers and golf shoes as the kicks feature a triple layered fringe on its upper with multiple tassels-- though, the shoes speak for themselves and doesn't take much attention to spot or note with its futuristic mad hatter appearance. Colors and disproportionate silhouettes aside, studs and stars also make for unapologetic pop appearances on more streamlined models such as boxing boots and racing shoes. Not a fan of the subtle, monochrome trend? Get with the Jeremy Scott program and let your kicks pop with the spotlight they deserve in Spring/Summer 2010. via: Sneaker News