It's likely that the most talked about Rick Owens drop this week will have been his Fall/Winter 2015 collection, for which he created a selection of deconstructed tunics which featured a horseshoe-shaped hole, showing a glimpse of the models' member. Dick tricks aside, the collection was as strong and as ever, and the same can be said of his footwear collection with adidas. The line focuses most heavily on longer length boots, with the 40cm high Runner Stretch Boot style, featuring the split-sole sneaker style and coming in four different colors. In addition, the same design will be available in a lower version: the 19cm-high Runner Ankle Stretch Boot. Featured alongside the two boots is the original adidas Rick Owens Runnel model, available in all-black suede or a black mixed leather combination. Running in both men's and women's sizes, the styles will be available from July.

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