“Cash rules everything around, C.R.E.A.M, get the money…dolla dolla bill y’all…”
That’s exactly what fashion designer Jeremy Scott was thinking as today brings a first look at his latest adidas Originals JS Wings 2.0. Inspired by the all-mighty dollar bill, these JS sneakers feature an all-over currency print as well as an off-white midsole and matching lace set.
What’s likely to garner lots of attention in the coming months of its Fall/Winter 2013 release, stay tuned to Sneaker Files for more news and updates on this release.
Live from adidas Originals’ 2013 summer collection, the longtime shoemaker has set forth to revamp its mainstay Samba silhouette to pair nicely with a warm-weather wardrobe. The indoor football-inspired sneaker is set to be available in two base colors – blue and black – both of which feature neon green or yellow accents, respectively, at the heel and via the brand’s ubiquitous three stripes. Both colorways are now available online for €80 EUR (approximately 5 USD) each.
Sheeesh, adidas Originals are putting on the ritz with this fresh Newburgh watch. The bulky and beautiful beast features titanium casing, sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, water resistance to 200 metres and some show stealing LED face illumination. Only 500 have been produced globally, so the Newburgh obviously don’t come cheap – the 15 premium pieces that are available now at adidas boutique stores in Australia are retailing for 9. Never fear, if you don’t have the clams in your casino to afford this banger yet, we’re giving you the chance to win one. Find out all the details and enter here. Good luck!
There is no need to adjust your computer monitor, the image see here is actually “pixelated” to begin with. Not one with a conventional approach to design, Jeremy Scott will add on some “8-bit fun” this coming season with his new adidas Originals JS Wings 2.0 “Pixels”. Identical to the former JS Wings 2.0 with the exception of pixelated wings and adidas‘ three-strip, we can only imagine what the apparel collection will look like once the collection as a whole comes out later on this year.
Combining the classic three-stripes basketball model from the 80′s with some new contemporary details is the latest Retro-inspired streetwear model in the adidas Originals Court Attitude. Despite its high top build, the Court Attitude comes fully equipped with a low-profile toe box and sleek ankle design which, as you will see in the pics below, makes for a clean on foot look.
Scheduled to release next Friday on May 3rd, sneakerheads can pick these joints up at DTLR and other select adidas Originals accounts as well as the adidas online shop. Feel free to check out the photos after the jump and sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below.
adidas Originals has released a women’s version of adidas Originals Adi MC Low sneaker which mimic’s the men’s snake skin version that dropped earlier this month. Made with a leopard-print canvas upper, the shoes feature a colored lining and a nubuck heel patch, a canvas upper for lightweight comfort, a print mix of big and small leopard spots on upper, and a color-pop lining and outsole.
Available in silver and gold colorways, this casual shoe retails for , a price that allows you to still be stylish even on a budget. The adidas Womens Adi MC Low animal prints are available now at adidas.com
adidas brings the heat with a colorway of the ZX 700 that would make any Lakers fan happy. The suede and mesh sneaker sports Blaze Purple on the back half and Yellow Ray at the toe while black takes care of the branding on the tongue and heel. The white midsole gives the sneaker a very clean look. Look to get your Lakers-appropriate pair this July.
Tapping the classic ZX 500 for yet another retro release, adidas Originals has teamed up with UNITED ARROWS once again to craft a collaborative piece of footwear for Summer 2013. Following in the footsteps of last year’s espadrille-inspired Rod Laver, this season’s drop sees the ZX 500 with OG construction of mesh and suede alongside a cross-country color palette of white, grey, and forest green. Standing out from the otherwise subtle appearance are fluorescent green accents on the rubber outsole, midsole branding, and extra set of laces. The latest edition of the iconic ’80s runner is due out on May 2 for ￥12,600 JPY (approximately 7 USD).
adidas Originals knows how to rework their classic ZX500 runner, as evidenced by this two part pack we featured some time ago, but a little helping hand from United Arrows will never be turned down. While other brands – and even adidas – continue to throw money at new footwear technology, fabrics, and design, these ZX 500′s get revitalized by simply making them look truly vintage. Rocking a white, grey, and green colorway and fitted with a gum outsole that looks like its been faithfully preserved, with just a hint of yellowing for that hard to hit OG feel. Vibrant greenish-yellow tread help to set-off the otherwise reserved suede, mesh, and leather sneaker, but you really shouldn’t have trouble getting noticed in these. You can look for them exclusively at United Arrows beginning May 2nd.
To take a break from the information and inspiration overload caused by Carbon, adidas Originals put on a special soiree at Thousand Pound Bend in Melbourne last Saturday night. The warehouse featured an interactive 3D projection wall that was manipulated by attendees from a massive, cartoony control system, and beats were blasted by a gang of beasting DJs. ‘Twas a fine time, peep the pics from the night below, taken by Heather Lighton, except gallery shots 3, 4, 5 and 6 (Sam Wong).