This season’s collection for adidas Originals‘ ongoing collab with print junkie Jeremy Scott gives a nod to archival styles and silhouettes. Fall/Winter 2015 is all about taking past references and putting that contagious Jeremy Scott spin on it. With an energy and unique aesthetic that’s true to Scott’s style, the first drop touches on the ’60s hippy movement.
This is apparent not only in the bright, bold and floral prints but also through the clashing color palette, as well as footwear styles that include the Tubular floral, ZX Flux “Tech Psy” and leopard-print adilette slides decorated with extra flowers. The second half of the collection sees the designer’s signature JS Wings trainers, a tuxedo bomber jacket, and basketball bag, which sets the tone for a theme that honors adidas’ sports heritage.
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