Designer James Warner has imagined what the YEEZY Boost 750 would look like if the coveted shoe was a product of a streetwear partnership.
While the YEEZY Boost 750 is a popular shoe all on its very own, collaborative partners will never be tapped for co-branded renderings. Whether fans agree or disagree with Adidas' move to keep the shoe strictly YEEZY, Warner couldn't help but wonder what a third-party makeover would look like on the iconic piece of footwear.
Adapting the popular streetwear aesthetics of brands like BAPE, Comme des Garçons PLAY, Supreme and even Adidas' Red October design, Warner created four concept images of a co-branded YEEZY Boost 750. Each rendering portrays the recognizable YEEZY Boost 750 silhouette decorated with the secondary labels and signature logos.
James Warner Has Imagined a Series of Collaborated YEEZY Boost 750s
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