Tune Into Style With The Jeremy Scott for Adidas Originals TV Down Jacket
Remember how, back in the day, once a TV station’s programming had concluded for the evening, all you’d see was thick strips of bold colors running vertically down the screen, atop a black block of color running horizontally along the bottom of the screen? You might still see that image from time to time but, for the most part, TV stations now run infomercials and paid programming whenever their very own original programming has wrapped. In the ’80s and early ’90s though, that multicolor screen was ubiquitous — in fact, it was incorporated into tons of ad campaigns, music videos, and more.
For his collection for Adidas Originals, designer Jeremy Scott created this puffy jacket, the TV Down Jacket, which captures that playful ’80s aesthetic. Just last weekend, Gwen Stefani was spotted wearing it around Londontown while on a stroll with her son Kingston. Gwen seems to be loving Scott’s work for Adidas — in previous weeks, she’s been seen wearing the Superstar Peplum Jacket.
The TV Down Jacket provides a lot of coverage (it’ll cover your waist, your rear, and your upper thigh area) and it features a hood with a double snap button closure. I love the way in which the coat was color blocked — how the strip along the middle of the jacket (which covers the buttons) features smaller, contrasting vertical blocks of color. Talk about “in living color”!
Jeremy Scott for Adidas Originals by Adidas Originals TV Down Jacket in Multi, $600. Available at Adidas Originals stores nationwide.