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and leopard print form a stylish combination, as you can see by this latest look for the timeless tennis sneaker. The exotic rendition of the Stan Smith features a faux-pony hair upper with the always-in-style leopard print across its entirety, detailed with black leather. The bold look for the Stan Smith that's equally as appealing for men and women is arriving now at select adidas Originals retailers internationally.
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Yes, we've see other monochromatic releases including last August's, but honestly, the sneaker world take no offense to another. Call the noir colorway "played out" or predictable, but the fact is the Trefoil brand can do no wrong with full grain Black Leather.
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this year led to a string of awesome colabs in 2014, but we never would've imagined this collaboration in the works! Now that it's actually happening, it seems like such a no brainer for American Dad's Stan Smith to release his own adidas Stan Smith model in a move of cross-branding genius. The shoe keeps to the original; with the classic smooth grain leather atop the simple white rubber sole, but updates on the tongue logo and insoles that feature the popular cartoon character completes the tongue-in-cheek colab.
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Artists like Tyler, The Creator have gone on to create bold collaborations that wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for the N.E.R.D. frontman's iconic diamonds and dollars print paired with high socks and a trucker hat, but there was a time when Billionaire Boys Club was in jeopardy of having a future at all. Jay-Z would step in to purchase the streetwear brand to keep it alive in a more accessible form, and now the imprint has come full circle to collaborate with the ubiquitous adidas Stan Smith. The diamonds and dollars graphic returns here, but in its most premium form as a pony hair upper sees a leather lining add a luxurious finish to the streetwear savvy icon.