The 2011 adidas Originals by Originals collections of Jeremy Scott, and David Beckham (in design collaboration with James Bond) reflect individual interpretations of each design partner on “everything iconic”, offering fresh takes on apparel and footwear with the unique adidas signature style. Design inspiration for David Beckham and James Bond’s fine line derives from the outfits and fashion spotted in the movie “The Great Escape”. The result is a clean, classy collection presenting a blend of vintage American sportswear featuring fleece fabrics and sport-inspired items. Inspired by timeless saddle shoes, key footwear pieces highlight a new Superstar ‘80s silhouette featuring a leather and high-quality textile combination in white and dark navy. Jeremy’s playful and witty designs are brought to life in an equal-sized range for the first time and are built around iconic adidas silhouettes he loves. He also brings back new versions of designs he created exclusively for his adidas range that are about to become an icon themselves – the Wings, now not only to be found on sneakers but also on a Biker Vest and Wings Moto Pants. Tokyo's latest streetwear fashion for the spring/summer 2011 season found inspiration within personalities Kazuki Kuraishi is connected with. Fans will find a special ZX ADV sneaker designed with British musician Ian Brown, a jacket and graphic tees with floral designs from Azuma, a Japanese florist artist and friend of Kazuki’s. In addition, the “Alignment for your Preference” story offers the possibility to cut off pants and track tops to individual preference. Footwear key styles celebrate an updated design on the iconic Stan Smith 80s created in collaboration with Japanese jewelry brand Jam Home Made providing custom-made eyelets.