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Jeremy Scott On JS Money Wings 2.0 (Video)

By October 9, 2013Fashion News

Founded and inspired by the 1990’s British music scene, Religion is known and revered for their staple aesthetic of Gothic hues and tailored clothing. This season is no different, the label has created a line of contemporary, yet classic pieces that is sure to please previous fans as well as reel in newcomers.

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Striking the perfect balance between coveted street wear and  wardrobe must-haves; Religion offers 90s style MA1 bombers and then delightedly surprises with a berry overcoat for those stylish but cold nights that are already upon us. Indeed, Religion has managed to add just the right amount of suave this season, choosing to focus on not only layering but texture as well as detail; offering crinkled leather and several washes on jackets and dip-dye gradients on their sweaters.

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Usually a label of minimal colour, populated with dark pieces of black and navy the label has decided to slightly tip the scale this season inserting slight but riveting pops of berry, reds, striking white and navy to offset and compliment their staple colour palette.

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The end result is a clothing line that can provide cool daytime looks while completely capable of being transitioned to stylish nighttime. From monochrome polo-necks, heavy cotton joggers to the contrasting colour panels found on their shirts and blazers; this season is grown-up and edgy and sure to have something for every man.

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Find out more about Religion and shop the AW13 Collection here.

Words by Angie Crystal Emordi
Founded and inspired by the 1990’s British music scene, Religion is known and revered for their staple aesthetic of Gothic hues and tailored clothing. This season is no different, the label has created a line of contemporary, yet classic pieces that is sure to please previous fans as well as reel in newcomers.

RELIGION 9 RELIGION 5

Striking the perfect balance between coveted street wear and  wardrobe must-haves; Religion offers 90s style MA1 bombers and then delightedly surprises with a berry overcoat for those stylish but cold nights that are already upon us. Indeed, Religion has managed to add just the right amount of suave this season, choosing to focus on not only layering but texture as well as detail; offering crinkled leather and several washes on jackets and dip-dye gradients on their sweaters.

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Usually a label of minimal colour, populated with dark pieces of black and navy the label has decided to slightly tip the scale this season inserting slight but riveting pops of berry, reds, striking white and navy to offset and compliment their staple colour palette.

RELIGION 6 RELIGION 11

The end result is a clothing line that can provide cool daytime looks while completely capable of being transitioned to stylish nighttime. From monochrome polo-necks, heavy cotton joggers to the contrasting colour panels found on their shirts and blazers; this season is grown-up and edgy and sure to have something for every man.

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Find out more about Religion and shop the AW13 Collection here.

Words by Angie Crystal Emordi
Fresh off his recent collab with Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky, Jeremy Scott & Adidas Originals tease their latest JS Wings creation in this new clip.

The JS Money Wings 2.0 is the by-product of a pair of similar pair of money print Adidas shoes created by Scott for the ISign project 10 years ago. The inspiration for the design came about from TV game shows and the materialistic and luxurious prizes they had to offer. Now, with the JS wings becoming more of an iconic shoe, Scott says on bringing his old print to one of his latest creations “I thought this would be a great way to bring it back, bring a nod to it without duplicating the exact one”. The new look 2.0 features a colour matching for the sole with a more neutral tone.

To hear Jeremy Scott on the JS Money Wings 2.0 and his work, check out the link below.

Words by Kacion Mayers

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