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The Nike Air More Money “Meant To Fly” References A Vintage Women’s Basketball Ad

Nike’s newest Air More Money creation helps further the brand’s increased emphasis on two particular – and unrelated – things, the female sneakerhead and the resurgence of retro 90s hoops models. With a “Meant To Fly” nickname bestowed upon this iteration, it harkens back to an old school Nike ad from the 1980s that spread the message,  “Who said woman was not meant to fly?” as an advertisement for the WNBA. Dressed in gold, the More Money&#82…

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First Look At The Nike Kyrie 5, Where To Buy “Not For Resale” Air Jordan 1s, And More Of This Week’s Top Stories

This last week was certainly a busy one in the world of sneakers. Kyrie Irving unveiled his brand-new Nike Kyrie 5 in two new colorways — one simple, one a colorful collaboration with Tyler the Creator’s DJ Taco. Kanye West stayed around the headlines — per usual — with his “Zebra” adidas Yeezy 350 Boost V2s set to drop next weekend. Several Nike and Jordan shoes from classic to collaborative also made their mark, as Union gave a detailed look at their two special Air …

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This Nike Air More Money “Lone Star State” Is Just For Texans

Upon its inception, the Air More Money silhouette was a perfect exemplification of 90s basketball. Loud and statement-making the Air More Money was instantly recognizable on the feet of the game’s stars the like of Ray Allen. In today’s sneaker landscape that is dominated by sneakers big and bulky, this nostalgic model is back with a vengeance, serving sneakerheads both old and new. As the saying goes, “everything is bigger in Texas”, making this shoe the perfect vesse…

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Brent Faiyaz Tackles Fame, Trust, Independence, Privacy & More for ‘Lost’

Following the July release of his “Gang Over Luv” video, Brent Faiyaz serves up his latest project, the Lost EP.

Brent Faiyaz’s Lost EP is made up of six new records, and its themes take on a variety of tough, real-life struggles.

“I see junkies everyday. I hear sirens everyday,” Faiyaz explained …

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More Flannel Prints Appear On Nike Footwear For The Fall Season

There’s nothing more ideal for the Fall than a flannel shirt. The warm, patterned pieces of clothing are as quintessentially autumn as pumpkin carving, hot chocolate, and falling leaves. Thankfully your fall flannel fashion doesn’t have to stop at shirts this year either — Nike has started to unveil classic silhouettes dressed in the recognizable patterns over the past few weeks. The latest shoe to join in on the flannel-fueled fun? The Air Force 1 Low. Arriving in a combination…

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adidas Yeezy BOOST 350 v3, Official Images Of Virgil Abloh’s Next Off-White x Nike Air Max 97, And More

Kanye West’s adidas Yeezy sub-brand was one of the biggest players once again in this week’s crop of top stories. Highlighted by confirmation of the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v3’s release, the enigmatic rapper never manages to never fade too far from the sneaker spotlight. Another upper echelon sneaker collaborator, Virgil Abloh maintained his weekly spot in top stories as well with official images of a fourth Off-White Air Max 97 done up in black and white making their way to …

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T.I. Drops New Album ‘Dime Trap’ Featuring Young Thug, Meek Mill & More

T.I. has released his long-awaited 10th studio album, Dime Trap. Arriving four years after his last LP, T.I.’s new 15-track release features assists from Young Thug on “The Weekend,” Meek Mill on “Jefe” and Yo Gotti on “Wraith.” Other featured guests include Anderson .Paak, Teyana Taylor, YFN Lucci, Jeezy, London Jae, Sa…

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Reginald Sylvester II, GucciGhost & More Acclaimed Artists Take Part in “Punch” Exhibit

Lauded contemporary artist Nina Chanel Abney has lent her curatorial abilities to a new group exhibition at the Jeffrey Deitch gallery in New York City.

Entitled “Punch,” the extensive presentation features original artworks by Abney’s close friends and leading creatives such as Nina Chanel Abn…

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More All-Over Branding Arrives On This Volt Air Max 95

Nike’s propensity for releasing heavily-branded Air Max iterations is only picking up steam as the year winds down. Highlighted by the brand’s Just Do It collections, we have seen Swooshes, NIKE, and Air Max logos galore adorning silhouettes the likes of the Air Max 1 and the Air Max 95. The latter is back in one of its brightest varieties yet, calling upon a glistening Volt Glow as its hero. Utilizing the popular gradient pattern this model has proverbially coined, its racing str…

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