Jeremy Scott Adidas Originals Fall 2012

Teddy bear sneakers from the fall 2012 Adidas Originals x Jeremy Scott collection.
Photo: Courtesy of Jeremy Scott

Just as we were cooling off from the bondage meets Americana frenzy of the Spring 2012 Adidas Originals x Jeremy Scott collection, we received exclusive images from the fall 2012 line, and we audibly gasped when we peeped each piece for the first time. The classic Jeremy Scott teddy sneakers are back (!!!), but this time covered in a groovy flower print and a lime green sole. Rory Rockmore, our resident Jeremy Scott expert, gave us the lowdown and said these shoes will ALSO be available in children's sizes. "It's like a little bit of every cuddly JS shoe teddy you've ever loved, wrapped up with a bow on it." According to Mr. Rockmore, Lil Wayne was the first person to ever sport these sneaks almost exactly a year ago (time is FLYING) in the traditional brown-and-white colorway. Then we spotted them again in black and white when Jeremy first released images of his Adidas Originals collab last summer. Whew, these shoes have seen so many permutations, we can hardly keep up. But there's moooree!


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