This year's MTV EMAs saw celebrities debut a whole host of eclectic designs on the red carpet. In conjunction with the incredible performance of his song "Butterfly Effect," Texas rapper Travis Scott was spotted in a one-off READYMADE x Warren Lottas military style jacket, flexing in a chill street style fit.

Having had a busy year with the release of his self-directed video "Way Back", teasing viewers with the Virgil Abloh x Air Force 1 collaboration and going double platinum in one day, the rapper turned heads with his vintage-casual getup. The repurposed jacket sported some of Lottas' signature hand painted skull and flame motifs in red and blue, simply matched with beige cargo pants, a black vintage T-shirt and a pair of Sean Wotherspoon's Nike Air Max 97 x Air Max 1 Hybrid.

Check out the 'fit above and for more fashion favorites, here are our top 10 snob shots this week.

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