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The Jeremy Scott x Adidas Video is as Cray as His Spring Looks

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For those familiar with Jeremy Scott's aesthetic, batshit insane comes with the territory. So for his Spring/Summer 2013 for Adidas film, Scott just talked while Rob Evans, another model, and the designer himself showed off his wild designs. Look forward to this:

Oh I've tried to make robots many times but the one I want to make is one of Andy Warhol and he would have his polaroid camera and he would be wearing his signature look and his 'fright wig' and I'd keep him in my living room so when he came in he would take Polaroid pictures of people.
And this:
Self-expression is the closest thing a human has to being a diety.
And this:
Wings represent freedom—They represent actually so much to so many people. It could be a basketball player flying through the air...making a slam dunk."
And more after the jump.

· Adidas Pulls Jeremy Scott "Shackle" Sneakers Due To Negative Response From Fans [Racked]
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