Dior's Thibo Denis Teases Dior x Stussy B27 Collab
Photos of the new pair from 3 different angles have been revealed in Dior’s lead footwear designer Thibo Denin’s Instagram. Stussy’s classic B27 silhouette is reworked with high-quality leather, Dior’s repeating monogram pattern on the side panel and bright bloody-like Dior lettering – Shawn Stussy’s signature handwriting – on the heel, which even overlaps on a sole. No information on a possible release date has been released yet, but there is no doubt that it should hit the stores somewhere in 2021.
Travis Scott Got The "Erotic" Richard Mille’s 69 Watch
Travis Scott posted himself flexing the Richard Mille’s 69 watch, with its bars displaying pretty bold yet poetic “Let me explore your pussy”. The watch function as kind of a dirty talk generator with phrases being randomly assembled from a series of declaratives, verbs and names of body parts. The “69” in the name doesn’t only mean… well… what you think it means – It also refers to watchs 69-hour power reserve. The current retail price of The Richard Mille RM 69 is approximately $783,000. Last year similar watch was spotted on Drake at the NBA Finals game. If you’re already wondering, Drake’s RMs were saying “I want to caress you tonight” in the photo.
Drake and Nike unpack UK Drill inspired NOCTA collection
Drake makes yet another big move in his career and becomes the first artist to have a flagship Nike deal. And it’s not just a collection, it’s a whole new sub label – NOCTA or Nocturnal Creative Process. NOCTA appears to be heavily inspired by UK drill scene aesthetics, which is currently at its peak relevancy in North America. Glossy puffer jackets, which even have puffer swooshes on the back, ascetic tracksuits (hoodie and pants sold separately), branded gloves, windbreakers with tech-wear elements and nocturnal (black and University gold) colorways of the collection are all looking like something you would expect to see on the streets of south London or in a Stormzy music video. Prices are ranging from $400 for the easiest standout in the collection – a puffer jacket, to $120 for the hoodie, $110 for the fleece pants, and $30 for the crew socks. The collection is available at Nocta.com
Travis Scott Wearing Unreleased Air Jordan 1 Low Collab
The colorway of this yet unreleased pair is similar to the 2019 Air Jordan 1 “Obsidian”, with Obsidian and University Blue blockings and Scott’s signature reverse Swoosh. These Jordans also don’t seem to include Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Face logo on the left heel, instead it comes with two Wings embroidered logos. At this time, it’s still unknown whether the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low ‘Obsidian’ will be released or will stay an exclusive. We sure will be monitoring the pair closely and keep you updated
ASAP Rocky Spotted In GUCCI x TNF Bomber Jacket in New York
This camel GG canvas Cropped down puffer jacket from one the most anticipated collaborations of 2020 – Gucci x The North Face – has already proven itself to be a standout in the collection. Now as the jacket has been seen worn by ASAP Rocky on the streets of New York, hype for the collection will likely grow even more. The North Face x Gucci collection is currently available in various stores around the world, including Brooklyn and Los Angeles. It will also become available online and in select Gucci locations beginning mid-January
Kim Kardashian Teases Reebok x Maison Margiela Tabi Sneaker
Kim Kardashian just gave us a first look on the new, not yet released shoe from Maison Margiela and Reebok on her Instagram Story. As of now, these kicks have not been mentioned anywhere neither by Reebok nor by Margiela, only appearing in Kim’s post. The pair looks like a mix of iconic Margiela’s split-toed Tabi shoes with Reebok’s Classic 1983 Leather sneaker, coated in white paint, giving it a signature MM vibe. The sneaker is finished with cloth tongue and laces in a deep gray hue.
Better look at Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki”
It’s been a while since La Flame’s stylist Bloody Osiris first teased the Travis x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” collaboration in September. And now we can finally get a better look. The pair features more-or-less the same shape and style as Scott’s 2019 Olive green version, but it switches out swampy-green to a tan color palette. Tongue and heel pull tab are made out of semi-translucent rubber elements. These are also the placements of "Bright Crimson" Jumpman and "Cactus Jack" branding. Not much is known about the collaboration so far, other than that its supposed to launch sometime this spring
Supreme and Nike Unveil Reworked Air Max Goadome Boots
New York Is Gonna Love This: Supreme and Nike Unveil Reworked Air Max Goadome Boots This Supreme x Nike Air Max Goadome drop will be available in two colorways – grimy triple black and bold, vampy red version. Uppers on both pairs are made with premium leather that mimics the look of snakeskin. They also both feature a small Swoosh on the side of the boot and Supreme branding on the heel. Air Max Goadome – a very practical and enduring “sneakerboot”, rugged enough for any and every terrain, has been embraced by inner-city communities since late 2000’s. Yes, these are not Timbs, but you can safely say they’re very NYC. So seeing them picked for collab by New York-based was really only a matter of time. Nike Air Max Goadome collaboration will be released on January 14th exclusively at Supremenewyork.com and at Supreme stores, while the Supreme store in Japan will release pairs on January 16th.
Juice WRLD Rocks Red Balaclava with a Suit in “Bad Boy”
A new song and a music video from late Chicago rapper Juice WRLD and Young thug is out and it’s a gem. Video for a Pi’erre Bourne-produced banger “Bad boy” was created by a prominent music video director Cole Bennett of Lyrical Lemonade. It features Juice WRLD and Thugger and bunch of folks in Juggalo makeup, referencing 1995 film Bad Boys starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. Draped in a classic two piece suit, Juice completed his look with a red balaclava From Open Ceremony, Saint Laurent classic sl210 f002 sunglasses and black tractor sandals from Rick Owens, giving the whole fit that IDGAF attitude we all love.