Adidas Originals and Beverly Hills designer Jeremy Scott are in the eye of the storm over a new shoe design due out in August that features bright orange shackles for wearers to snap around their ankles.
A health warning has been issued to football fans by Europe's consumer watchdog over possibly toxic football shirts. Official team strips of nine European countries in the Euro 2012 tournament contain "worrying" levels of chemicals.
Nike designer Jason Petrie tweeted Sunday that Derrick Rose "chose poorly" when he signed with Adidas. "#ShouldasignedwithNike," The designer wrote seemingly mocking the 2011 MVP over the injury he sustained Saturday.
This should come across as good news to one and all – Adidas has joined Nike and Puma in committing publicly to eliminate all discharges of hazardous chemicals throughout their supply chain and across the entire lifecycle of their products by 2020.