StockX partnered with big celebs like Pharrell, LeBron and Virgil to raffle some crazy hyped sneakers to benefit victims of the recent hurricanes.
Adidas trumping Jordan Brand proves that marketing is everything and quality always comes second.
Pharrell Williams is using his hip-hop and fashion influence in collaboration with G-Star RAW to give endangered animals a voice.
Instead of the people’s champ he once was, Durant is now the NBA’s favorite villain and he knows it.
I can go on for days and days about the logistics of what makes the Bajan princess so phenomenal but it’s easier to just say she’s perfect.
The happiest rapper alive has been having an incredibly successful year.
If these do well the future of sneaker crossovers could look real good.
Hip-hop and style have gone hand in hand since the first MCs came about.
Virgil Abloh has blown up to another level in 2017 but he’s been doing this shit for a minute.
Nike takes inspiration from cars all the time whether it is the silhouette itself or just another colorway.