Best Look Yet At The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Just Do It”

Nike’s voluminous “Just Do It” pack—nodding to the third decade of their classic slogan and including iconic silhouettes like the Air Max 1 and Air Max 95—is receiving a new member: a bold and bright orange Air Force 1 Low. The shoe’s orange tumbled leather upper features a myriad of patches and branding hits, from a stitched-on Nike Air tag on the forefoot to large “Just Do It” patches on both the heel and tongue. The midfoot swoosh features refractive…

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COMME des Garcons Reveals A Nike Presto Collaboration At Paris Fashion Week

We’ve come to expect a collaboration between Nike and COMME des Garcons every year, and Paris Fashion Week gave us a glimpse of what might surface for the SS19 season. Spotted at their runway show at Paris Fashion Week is a silhouette that features a Presto outsole and a reworked upper that features a woven uppers with a clean shroud for a sock-like appeal. The cord appears to be embedded at the midfoot, although it is unclear if it has any functional purpose. Two colorways of this CDG …

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White Mountaineering Enhances Retro Outdoor Styles for SS19

White Mountaineering has been a tried-and-true Japanese staple for those who’ve long been in-the-know. The Yosuke Aizawa-lead label has redefined the modern outdoor aesthetic by mixing in street-centric designs as well as functional details.

The story continues on for Spring/Summer 2019 but this time, colors get …

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Jordan Brand’s Fall 2018 Preview, Release Dates For The Off-White x Nike Presto, And More

This week’s edition of Top Stories was largely dominated by the Jordan Brand and their preview for all of their Fall 2018 releases. Some of the top picks in their upcoming line include the three-piece “Back To School” pack honoring Melo, Russell Westbrook, and CP3, and the “International Flight” Pack that pays tribute to Michael Jordan’s incredible international reach. As always, Virgil Abloh was in the news, but the most significant new product out of his …

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Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History Set to Display ‘Black Panther’ Props

To celebrate the success of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture recently announced a new display dedicated to the film.

Noting the important cultural movement brought by the movie centered around the Wakan…

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The Nike Vapormax Plus Returns In A Sultry Blend Of Burgundy Tones

In the relatively young life of the Nike Vapormax Plus silhouette, it has been the women’s exclusive colorways that have dominated the headlines. Primarily equipped with colorful and vibrant gradient uppers, there have simply been more intriguing versions designed for the ladies. That trend continues with this brand new look that call upon a number of burgundy tones to create a warm and comforting color scheme. Its Vapormax sole unit and molded upper stripes utilize a deep Bordeaux hue …

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Trippie Redd Wears His Heart on His Sleeve on “How You Feel”

Directly following the debut of his Quavo, Ski Mask the God and XXXTentacion collaboration “Ghost Busters,” Trippie Redd serves up his latest solo-single, “How You Feel.”

Teased and previewed on social media in recent months, “How You Feel” is one of Trippie Redd’s many recent crossover-friendly releases. The rock-inflect…

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First Look At The Air Jordan 3 “Quai 54”

Every year, Jordan Brand pays homage to the legendary Quai 54 streetball tournament held in Paris with a special-edition shoe. Past releases have encompassed everything from the Air Jordan 1 to the Air Jordan 5 to the Air Jordan 13 Low and more, but this year’s shoe is a silhouette that hasn’t yet been used for the Quai tournament: the Air Jordan 3.

The shoe features a upper constructed of a soft ashy black suede, while darker black accents arrive on the heel and toe mud…

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