Posts Tagged ‘jeremy scott’

News, Trainers

S&M handcuff trainers? From Adidas???

By Gerald Lynch on June 15th, 2012

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Looking for a new pair of kinky boots? Jeremy Scott has been showing off his latest styles for Adidas’s fall/winter 2012 collection, and may have something that’ll crack your whip.

At first glance, his purple/navy/grey/orange trainers don’t stray too far from the usual Roundhouse Mid mould. That’s until you see the day-glo handcuff and chain bolted onto the back of each shoe.

Elsewhere, you’ll spot a grey striped pattern now sitting across the tongue and strap.

You’ll have to wait till the end of the year to get your rubber-gloved hands on them. Makes you wonder what else Scott’s adding to his line. Fingers crossed for a paddle on the tongue…



Collaborations, Sportswear

Jeremy Scott For Adidas Originals

By Laura on January 25th, 2011

Jeremy Scott has collaborated with Adidas Originals on the latest apparel and footwear series. Scott, always the controversial figure, has come up with a truly eccentric line with clear punk and military influences. The Outlandish garments include multi-colored trousers, tartan, a skeleton hoodie, shoe-print mac and a french fry tracksuit among other crazy prints. The line is expected to be released in mid Feb.



Clothing, How to, Jeans & Trousers

Just Do It: DIY Project #1- Cartoon Trousers

By Will Reid on April 9th, 2009

cartooncropped.JPGWith a month long holiday in India coming up, I knew I had to get some stand-out holiday wear. I thought about the different eras of recreational wear and began racking the (fashion) history books for inspiration- jumpsuits, capri pants, high-waisted slacks, kaftans, tunics, dungarees…the list goes on. But then, as with all moments of fashion genius, America’s Next Top Model came on the telly and I was reminded of the genius that is Jeremy Scott.

As a result I was led to a picture of a friend wearing a pair of Jeremy’s cropped print trousers and I fell in love. In order to recreate the look, I bought a pair of Topman’s cartoon-print pyjama bottoms (£15) and tied bits of string around my lower legs. I then folded the pyjama fabric under the string to achieve a cropped effect.

Because the print is so loud, you should stick to basic items in muted colours. And even if you don’t get the look that you wanted, I assure you that making the trousers is almost as much fun as wearing the finished edition anyway.



Accessories, Clothing, Polls

Brandish Poll: Do you Dare? Bum-Bags!

By Will Reid on March 3rd, 2009

n684944737_1400897_1301033.jpgAt a disco the other night, the theme was ‘City vs. Country’ and stuck for ideas, a friend and I decided to go as tacky tourists. Cue vintage novelty braces, high-waisted denim shorts and charity shop shirts.

My charity shop bum-bag has been the focus of much attention. While it was only a joke item, a few friends have since been talking about it and I wonder if it could be worked into an actual outfit.

Outside of an outrageously-themed disco, I think I will wear the accessory when I go to India in March with cartoon-print Harem trousers, white plimsolls, a plain white vest and vintage sunglasses (at right.) Practical and high-fashion!

Yay or Nay?

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Clothing, Designer Spotlight, Jeans & Trousers

Jeremy Scott x Ksubi In-store this March!

By Will Reid on February 25th, 2009

20081030173114lh7.pngIn the later months of last year, the Brandish team began to see previews from the Jeremy Scott Loves Ksubi denim collection.

Now, upon Lady Gaga wearing the orange love-heart suit in Sunday Times Style magazine, we are pleased to tell you that the line will be in-stores this March.

This is the fifth time the two labels have collaborated and as with previous collections, Jeremy Scott Loves Ksubi 2009 toys with the idea of Scott’s brilliant, brash prints with the achingly cool shapes of Aussie-label Ksubi.

Trashbag Aesthetics have reported that the line will be released in shops in March and we have already begun sharpening our elbows!

The floral-print denim at left is the only menswear we have so far seen from the collection but those hardcore fashionistos will no doubt be rocking the woman’s Nu-Rave orange ASAP.

See after the jump for more pics!

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Designer Spotlight, Sportswear, T-shirts, Polos & Shirts

Adidas Originals x Alyasha x Kazuki- no leopard print!

By Jonathan Smith on October 29th, 2008

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A few weeks ago we gave you previews of the Jeremy Scott x Adidas Originals collab and I for one didn’t much like it. This week highsnobiety has got their hands on a tiny preview of Adidas Originals’ colabs with Alyasha (from Fiberops) and Kazuki (from Fragment Design). Though this preview is limited to one pic of each, the pieces look good and far better than the Jeremy Scott collaboration- i.e. no leopard print in sight.

With any luck Adidas Originals is back on track with these two partnerships, full previews coming in a few weeks time.

Jump through for more images and check out the highsnobiety site for quotes from both designers on their lines with Adidas.

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Designer Spotlight, Sportswear

Jeremy Scott and Adidas- I really like it, I mean hate it

By Jonathan Smith on October 8th, 2008

jeremyscott.jpgThe first lovely preview of the Adidas x Jeremy Scott colab is upon us, and I’m looking to those who boldly go where I choose not to… no, fear to tread. Those who say yes to leopard print and knocked off Armani. To those who still rock a greasy mullet and large faux jewel earings. That’s right, I’m looking to the Portuguese and their king Cristiano Ronaldo.

Jeremy Scott has created quite an enigma in this line, pieces being both awesome and totally shit all at the same time, which is quite an achievement. For example the sneakers have wings on them- awesome, but then they are gold and have wings on them- totally shit. All pieces are eye catching to say the least and do genuinely have a little extra oomph on what Adidas has produced in the past with any of its previous colabs (Yohji Yamamto and Stella McCartney spring to mind)- which is definitely a plus. Still I’m left wondering who exactly is going to wear any of it. Oh. Ronaldo.

Jump through for more images.

[Source: Trashbag Aesthetic]

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Clothing, Designer Spotlight, News, Trends

Pyjamas Never Picked Up- So We Did Them In Prints!

By Will Reid on September 23rd, 2008

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Read on for the rest of this trend report- including The Sartorialist and the full explanation for this image!

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Jeans & Trousers, Trends

Topman ‘Fright Night’ pyjamas as daywear?

By admin on August 12th, 2008

topman fright night pyjama bottoms.jpgLast week we featured Jeremy Scott’s tyre-print pyjama style trousers which is a great way to get into the loungewear trend.

Topman’s comic print bottoms might actually be pyjamas, and garish ones at that but they’re at a much more accessible price than the Jeremy Scott kecks, perfect for trying out something you might only wear once. The Fright Night bottoms are only £12, and they also come in a skeleton print and a snakes and ladders print.

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Trends

Jeremy Scott tyre print jogging bottoms

By admin on August 7th, 2008

jeremy scott pyjama tyre print jogging bottoms twosee.jpgPyjama style pants were a big trend on the menswear catwalks and are set to break onto the high street next summer.

Be one step ahead and snap up Jeremy Scott’s jogging bottoms at TwoSee, the tyre print is reminiscent of the ikat prints we’ve seen all over the high street and they’re reduced from £205 to £153.75. The voluminous shape dictates a pairing with a fine-knit slim tee so that you don’t look swamped. Add some white canvas pumps to give you an edgy but simple summer outfit.

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T-shirts, Polos & Shirts

Jeremy Scott gimp mask t-shirt

By admin on June 24th, 2008

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This t-shirt has a relatively subdued design for Jeremy Scott, the gimp mask is beautifully rendered in a retro-style pencil drawing. The thing that really makes it is the incongruous parking meter detail on the forehead, it’s really creepy and possibly one of the best examples of unheimlich I’ve seen. Shudder.

It’s £75 from twosee which is a lot but I think that’s a bargain price to for such a uniquely unsettling design.




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