Take a look at this cabin designed by David and Susan Scott’s new architecture firm, Scott and Scott: an off-grid snowboard cabin at Vancouver Island in British Columbia. Constructed out of fir columns, the entire structure was hand-built by the duo and a group of volunteers. This 100 square meter cabin is without electricity and heated by a simple wood stove, making it a place to get away from it all.
Snowboard Cabin in British Columbia by Scott and Scott is a post by Denise Taw on Selectism.
Kicking off the All-Star Weekend in Houston, adidas and Jeremy Scott celebrated the launch of the JS Wings Chinese New Year collection at Premium Goods. DJ Mo Beatz serenaded the lucky attendees who had the first chance to pick up a pair of the crazy kicks created in collaboration with Eason Chan. Peep some party picks below.
Punk rock, psychedelic prints, anarchy, and zombies undertones all made an appearance in Jeremy Scott’s Fall/Winter 2013 Collection as it marched down the catwalk at New York’s fashion week. Perhaps better known among sneakerheads for his prolific work with adidas Originals, Scott took the opportunity to present a more gnarly, snarling take on fashion, using drooling, exploding, and ‘roid-ranging monsters to make a new kind of fashion statement. Looks for the men and women saw plenty of knit wear, long and short sleeve Tees, and even skin-tight tops and pants, but it’s got to be the faux-fur that was the highlight of the collection. See it in all of its primal glory for yourself after the click.
SoCal’s grungy punk ‘n’ skate scene served as the backdrop of Jeremy Scott’s presentation for Fall/Winter 2013. Tees were plastered with “Adults Suck, Then You Are One” — perhaps the message of the night — and Scott himself hinted at the messy fantasy of an adolescent boy’s world. To this effect, there were sweaters, jackets and pants full of cartoonish, raging characters, often deconstructed into bulging eyes and drooling mouths in a psychedelic spectrum of colors that referenced West Coast skatedecks and posters. The women’s looks were also infected by them – on bras, skirts and dresses – while Scott used checkerboard, skull and leopard print motifs elsewhere for a typically chaotic visual feast. New for the season, meanwhile, were voluminous coats in various wacky silhouettes – highlighted by a monstrous, hairy black specimen – along with an extension of the designer’s collaborative efforts with adidas Originals.
Jeremy Scott and adidas Originals cross cultures like it ain’t no thang at all, and now they’re showing off their bravehearts with a tartan number that will make Scots proud. Traditional kilt-style red and black tartan covers the upper with a yellow, blue and orange cherkered pattern also thrown into the mix. The branding is equally loud and proud, with a massive trefoil lurking on the heel and augmented adidas script popping off the chunky tongue. Grab from atmos ASAP.
To say that Jeremy Scott has a unique design eye would be an understatement. First partnering up with adidas Originals back in late 2008, Scott has helped to usher in a new era of sneaker design for the brand with Three Stripes and ever since sneakerheads have either loved ‘em or hated ‘em. His latest work takes the Nizza mid-top and puts the petal to the medal, using light and summer-ready canvas to push jagged edges in the back to give them a high-speed look. Finished with leather and embroidered details and a traditional adidas black and white colorway, you’re either reaching for your credit card or looking for the nearest exit. Whichever is true in your case, you have to admit that Scott will always be at the forefront of kicks culture. Find these now at select retailers, including Oneness.
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Adidas Originals and Jeremy Scott release a video lookbook for their 2013 spring/summer collection. JS talks about self expression and the definition of fashion over grainy footage of rotating models draped in his flamboyant collection. 10 years strong, the adi-Scott relationship continues to flourish. Check the video below.
Jeremy Scott and adidas Originals continue on their quirky collaborative quest with this monumental winged totem release. This primary-coloured full grain leather creation is delivered with a totem face carefully crafted into the tongues. The upper is flanked by stylised eagle wings, which fly above a cleared-for-landing black rubber midsole. These totes crazy totem kicks are available now from adidas.
adidas Originals and Jeremy Scott continue to push the envelope and have released a video look book for his Spring/Summer 2013 collection. As we have seen in past, Jeremy Scott takes inspiration from a variety of places, from playful to more cultural, and implements them across a wide range of products. Take a look at the video below for a closer look at the upcoming collaborative work.