G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T worked with Addidas recently to create a show with cracked Italian leather, Pyrex measurements on the sole, and fish scales on the heel, the $200 EQT Running Guidance ’93 that Pusha T designed is as luxurious and cocaine-fueled as his braggadocios flow.
“I really came to adidas to try to do something with soccer, and it didn’t pan out. My thinking was a little off base,” Pusha told Complex before a brief, one-song appearance at adidas Originals’ pop-up gallery on Wooster Street in New York City. “Then they brought up a shoe, and I was like, ‘Nah, not really,’ because I’m really particular about my shoes. They came back to me with it, and I had some silhouette options. Then I was like, ‘This EQT Guidance, I can work with it.’”