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adidas today unveils a new colorway of the D Rose 3.5 signature shoe designed exclusively for the Chicago Bulls superstar by iconic fashion designer Jeremy Scott.
"I can't thank Jeremy enough for creating this shoe," said Rose. "I love sneakers and to have Jeremy take his time to create a shoe for me is crazy. This shoe is so cool, and having a chance to meet with Jeremy and talk about how he comes up with some of his designs was really fun."
The two met in Los Angeles on June 27, where Jeremy presented Derrick with the first pair of the limited edition shoes that will launch at select retailers across globe beginning July 6.
"I really wanted to meld my world and Derrick's world," said Jeremy Scott. "I used his shoes as a canvas and created the coolest cherubs in the world for this shoe.
The shoe features a clean, white full synthetic patent leather upper with printed detailed cherubs in various poses and positions with ...
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