The VMAs have begun and fashion speaking, it’s Kanye already turning heads with the debut of another new colorway of the Yeezy Boost 350. The lows come in Tan and of course, it matches the ‘fit of Mr. & Mrs. West.
I think we’ll look back on this one like Britney and JT’s all-denim… except fondly look back, ha. Here they are below:
Too good to be true.
Did this hybrid Yeezy catch your eye like it did mine?
The well-done collab is 1 of 4 fresh looks imagined by graphic artist Dead Dilly who successfully merged not only the Yeezy II and the Yeezy Boost but also various Nike and adidas technologies and signatures (Flyknit, Ultra Boost, Roshe One, Rick Owens for ex.) above. Hopefully these could somehow happen (or at least go over better than the McWhopper did this week.)
Even though these are just imagined, so are the actual Yeezy Boosts amirite?! Haha, still need to come up on a pair, help out your boy!
(Spotted via Hypebeast, as featured in ILS Magazine.)
Here’s the latest from PUMA’s creative director Rihanna as she stars in this new “Forever Bolder” campaign. Bold is a good way to describe Ri-Ri. Explore PUMA’s site though for some of Ri-Ri’s first picks and be on the lookout for this ad in real-life on a PUMA storefront. I would definitely stop in the middle of jam-packed Michigan Ave. if this caught my eye. Ha!
A Yeezy Boost White?!
The story goes: Kanye West attends an all-white attire boat party hosted by new adidas signee James Harden and debuts an all-white version of his Yeezy Boost Lows. Geez, we’re all still going crazy about this past weekend’s “Pirate Black” release.
UPDATE: Here’s the best quality look so far (FOH grainy first look…)
Said grainy first look:
UPDATE: Got eeeemmmmm!
Whoo, it’s been a great August for new basketball shoes so leave it to Nike to put the exclaimation mark on a nice month overall.
Tomorrow (the 27th) we’ll see the release of the latest Kobe X colorway “Overcome” seen in the gallery above. This is one of my favorite colorways of the signature with the grape purple, teal, and black all clashing beautifully. I also gotta cop that tee up above too.
Here’s the always motivating explanation of the namesake, via Nike:
He didn’t need to head to the line as trainers pleaded with him to head for the locker room, but he came back. He didn’t need to rehab harder than any human should have for the ‘15 season, but he came back. He didn’t need to keep training after he tore his shoulder, but he’ll come back … because one thing Kobe knows is how to overcome.
To top it off, Nike Basketball also released today the Kyrie 1 “Australia” colorway. Kyrie’s first signature gets the beautiful greens of the Australia logo and it’s by far his best colorway to date. I’m a fan of Uncle Drew, but I can’t in good conscience buy a pair of Kyries when he’s gonna go up against my Bulls again this season. Especially on a day when the Rose’s come out and look nice too. But hey, for all you Cavs and/or Aussie fans, scroll below and cop the collection.