Collaborated With: adidas Originals
What They're Known For: Pieces that are loud, conceptual, and insert Scott's commentary.
If it wasn't for Jeremy Scott's collection with adidas Originals, sneakerheads would not have laced up teddy bears on their feet. But Scott's wild and tongue-in-cheek designs - he's best known for putting wings on an adidas hi-top - aren't just contained to sneakers. Just take a look at his first collection with Moschino, of which Scott is now creative director. It takes Mochino's logo and turned garments into fast-food and junk-food wrappers and packaging—most notably Scott's take on McDonald's. Scott, however, isn't just a high-fashion designer making a quick run with sneakers. His ongoing collection with adidas Originals was introduced in 2010, but Scott first worked with adidas in 2002 on a money-print Forum Hi. If a designer can get regular dudes to wear cheetah-print sneakers complete with a fuzzy tail on them, then they're definitely succeeding at what they do.