It’s the weekend, baby!
Joe Freshgoods unveiled his fifth New Balance collaboration. Stüssy linked with Converse again. Apparently, the Powerpuff Girls are getting a Nike Dunk collab. Lastly, MSCHF made a shoe that goes both ways while also turning tax filing into a dating sim game.
Also, this week, a mildly pleased Fran Lebowitz made for a, well, pleasant surprise at the Succession premiere. Rihanna was a cool mom in Gucci Moon boots. Pedro Pascal was on the run. Then, there was Daymond John, who went full Willy Wonka.
‘Twas another week for the books indeed. But the weekend is here, and we gathered all the biggest moments you might’ve missed this week. Happy catch-up!
Football fans, read it and weep; the Kardashian Curse is real, oh, so real. After a mother-and-son trip to the Emirates saw Arsenal crumble on penalties, Kim took a trip to PSG’s Le Parc des Princes. The result? A 2-0 loss, of course.
Drake is many things. Nike salesman; jewelry collector; influencer; polygamist (joking!). Drake is most certainly not Beyoncé, however, so his concert tickets ought to be comparatively affordable.
Who wouldn’t want a piece of Alessandro Michele? The former Gucci creative director is currently a free agent and, for a luxury house seeking some star power, Michele has gotta look like a hot prospect. But where’s he actually going?
Ben Affleck has truly peaked as a sneakerhead. Hell, I’d even go as far to say that he’s currently the world’s biggest sneakerhead by virtue of his new movie, AIR. Like, there are almost certainly folks out there with bigger sneaker collections than Ben, sure, but have any of them directed a feature film about Nike that’s gone on to play in theaters across the world?
Can you hear that? The sweet sound of nothing. You’ll want to keep your ears (and eyes) open, though, because new Nothing has just launched. More specifically, the boundary-pushing tech brand’s latest audio innovation. Say hello, to the Ear (2).
Justin Bieber’s style never stops evolving. While most of us have the luxury of archiving old Instagram photos and Facebook albums, Biebs, who became a star at just 13 years old, has his whole life on the Internet: a public catalog of his most memorable — and questionable — ’fits.
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