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Air Jordan 1 Mids In More Chicago Friendly Colorways Are Coming Soon

Back in early December and mid-January, Jordan Brand introduced two new Air Jordan 1 Mid iterations that remastered the “Banned” and “Royal” color schemes. Now, it appears that the Jumpman will be using that same ideas with the heralded “Chicago” colorway on that same silhouette. A bit more red appears on this particular offering, as on the original Air Jordan 1 “Chicago”, that hue is only present on its overlay. A second set of black laces will…

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The Nike Air More Uptempo “Triple Black” Is Finally Releasing

Right in the middle of last year’s Nike Air More Uptempo craze, official images of a “Triple Black” pair appeared, but its release never saw the light of day. Finally, that blacked out offering will be hitting retailers and it comes equipped with a premium nubuck upper. Its iconic “AIR” detailing on the upper is only visible due to a reflective outline surrounding it that glows under the right light. Fans of this new Air More Uptempo will be able to pick up a pai…

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Air Jordan 11 “Prom Night”, Foot Locker Closing 110 Stores, And More Of This Week’s Top Stories

This Thursday, Supreme took the world by storm once again, with its NBA-inspired collection that adorned two Nike Air Force 1 Mid selections as well as an entire range of apparel. UNDERCOVER Lab also revealed an upcoming Nike React collaboration that sees the running engineered silhouettes dressed in a completely different light. Jordan Brand had another busy week as well, as the highly anticipated Air Jordan 11 “Prom Night” was photographed in hand and rumors began swirling regar…

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Phillips New York Auction Features Andy Warhol, Basquiat & More

Premier British auction house Phillips is set to launch its first 20th Century & Contemporary Art sale for its New York branch tomorrow. The auction will spotlight both emerging and established artists such as Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, George Condo, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, KAWS, Damien Hirst, Julian Schnabel,…


The Nike Air More Money Receives a Contrasting Black & White Colorway

After Viceland comedic duo, Desus and Mero, debuted a Black/White PE colorway, Nike is set to release GR rework of the contrast Air More Money look.

Removing the graffiti motifs found on the PE colorway, the upcoming Black/White iteration of the Nike Air More Money is centered around the interplay of light and dark. The upper of t…


JW Anderson, Raf Simons, OAMC & More Catch a Spotlight in New Union Los Angeles Editorial

Union Los Angeles recently released images of its brand new Spring/Summer 2018 editorial, which goes on to highlight some of the biggest names in contemporary fashion, including JW Anderson, Raf Simons, Junya Watanabe, OAMC, Carhartt, and Enfant Riches Deprimes. “Longer Afternoons” sets up shop in a vast country hillside — giv…


Nike Drops the Air More Money in Red and White

More colorways continue to surface for Nike’s Air More Money following the model’s recent reissue success. The popular ’90s silhouette — worn by NBA legends like Reggie Miller and Ray Allen — now receives a clean makeover in the form of a black, white and burgundy colorway.

The majority of the sneaker’s upper and More Uptempo outsole is done in w…


Best New Art: Pablo Picasso, Nobuyoshi Araki, POW! WOW! Hawaii 2018 & More

Portraits have been utilized for the past five hundred years, spotlighting an artist’s desired subject that is either drawn, painted, photographed, or sculpted. From Titian of the Renaissance era to Ai Weiwei of today’s selfie-obsessed society, the artistic concept has greatly evolved with artists creating portraits in a number of unconventional way…


Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz Talks Kanye, Vans and More While Sneaker Shopping At Stadium Goods

Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz caught up wit Joe La Puma at Stadium Goods in New York City for the latest edition of Complex Sneaker Shopping. In this week’s episode, the two discussed what Vans mean to LA, Kanye’s influence on the sneaker industry, and Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God collection. Wentz shared a personal story about being stuck in traffic on his way to the Cubs vs. Dodgers playoff game, and Lorenzo let him merge ahead of him in traffic, and his appreciation for …

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