For his latest collaboration with Adidas, designer Jeremy Scott (sort of) pared down his hyper-energized streetwear aesthetic from teddy bear-embellished suspender pants to a music-meets-"50 Shades of Grey" type of vibe.
The designer found time in his packed schedule -- you know, putting together a Barbie-themed spring 2015 collection as the creative director for Moschino and commissioning Miley Cyrus to DIY sweet treat-inspired jewelry for his own NYFW show -- to create menswear, womenswear, shoes and a backpack for his latest collab with the athletic brand. According to Hypebeast, the capsule collection interprets S&M, hip hop and classical music inspirations through elements such as, leather, mesh, animal prints and sparkle. That means gold music-note-striped track suit sets and see-through mesh hoodies for guys and girls, plus a leather bomber with a bondage harnessed front and back (not really for keeping warm, huh?). There's also a sporty version of a conductor's coat and tails for the gents. For the ladies: a sequined basketball jersey dress, a sparkly cropped varsity jacket and a soccer shirt-esque maxi-dress.
The footwear looks especially fun: geometric, logo-ed out wedge kicks and cut-out, shin-padded sneaker heels for women, and a laser-cut version of the Wings 2.0 high tops and plush orange tiger striped trainers -- complete with a curly tail at the heel -- for men.
The collection launches in-store and online at adidas.com on October 31. (Just in time for dressing up as Tony the Tiger or a raver kid for Halloween.) Head over to Hypebeast to check out the entire Jeremy Scott x Adidas collaboration.