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Apr 23, 2018
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Sneaker Politics Releasing Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” Early at New Orleans Block Party

Ahead of the long desired Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” global release next month on May 12, Louisiana-based retailer Sneaker Politics is debuting the shoe a little early at a block party in the city the shoe was produced to aid.

The party, which will be hosted in collaboration with Jordan Brand, takes place this weekend on April 28 from 11am to 1pm CST. A physical destination has not been disclosed.

The shoe was originally produced back in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast a year earlier. Louisiana, by all accounts, was in the eye of the storm. Jordan Brand auctioned off the Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” to help aid in relief efforts. Thus, this exclusive release in New Orleans with Sneaker Politics is aligned to the shoes original purpose.

Sneaker Politics has stated they will release more details later this week regarding the excitable block party. Stay tuned.

4/28 Join us on 4/28 as we shutdown the street for the first Jordan Brand x Politics block party along with a special Jordan Brand x Politics release. More details to come each day. #JordanBrand #SneakerPolitics

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Apr 18, 2018
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Nike Flyprint is the 3D-Printing Performance Fabric That Will Revolutionize the Sneaker Industry

Technology is often moving at a speed faster than most of us can keep pace. Where sneakers are concerned, technological advancements in the industry are changing not only what we wear, but how brands manufacture products we ultimately covet.

Nike announced the introduction of Flyprint — the first 3D-printed performance fabric. And, for what it’s worth, it may just be their most influential contribution to sneakers in more than a decade. Yes, it’s bigger than Flyknit and more culturally relevant than Hyperadapt self-lacing technology.

On many levels, Flyprint is a highly defined, remarkably streamlined iteration of Flyknit. Think of it as an iOS update that finally feels right, following countless workable yet slightly inefficient patches. Now that’s no knock on Flyknit — or Flywire for that matter — as there wouldn’t be one without the other. But progression has always defined Nike and its many innovations.

The Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite Flyprint feels different. It feels right. It feels like they nailed it. Here’s a deep-dive into what it is, how it came to be and why it will be great.

What Exactly Is Flyprint?

The term computational design is largely associated with creation and thus the definition of progression in the tech industry. Nike Flyprint now represents that space in sneakers. A manufacturing marvel as the first 3D-printed textile upper in performance footwear, Flyprint uppers are produced solely through a solid deposit modeling (SDM). The process represents a TPU filament unwound from a coil, melted and laid down in layers. This is all backed by a customized 3D printer from a proprietary Nike polymer.

Unlike many 3D-printed goods, Flyprint is not necessarily a hard-shell composite. It’s more of a fabrication with reinforcements by past Nike developments like Flyknit and Flywire at the tongue, collar and eyestay. There’s a noticeable bond between Flyprint and Flyknit. The two work in matrimony through a seamless union that creates a lightweight one-piece design, built both for performance and aesthetics. Sure, Flyprint can be a standalone product, but as of right now it doesn’t appear to be.

Where Flyprint surpasses all other technologies is in its specificity to athletic performance. The process to develop the Flyprint upper starts with capturing athlete data. As previously mentioned, this is funneled through computational design. Data is accumulated and computed to affirm the ideal composition of the material. That information is then used to help produce the final textile. This not only lends to Flyprint’s exclusivity, but it speaks to just how fast iterations can be created. Nike has stated that prototyping is 16-times quicker than in any previous manufacturing method. This implies athletic performance can be tweaked and tested in record time, allowing athletes to overcome roadblocks at a much quicker turnaround. Moreover, Nike now has the ability to produce customized 3D-printed sneakers faster than ever.

How Did Flyprint Come To Be?

In September 2017, at the Berlin Marathon, Eluid Kipchonge ran the fastest time ever recorded, canvassing the 26.2 mile distance in 2 hours and 25 seconds. Still, he fell short of his ultimate goal of finishing a marathon in under 2 hours. The Kenyan distance runner was the central figure in Nike’s 2017 #Breaking2 campaign, which also revolved around their hallmark marathon runner, the Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite.

In that failure — if it can even be described as such — Nike learned a very valuable lesson: the shoes were absorbing water on wet surfaces, slowing down the runner’s strides as Kipchonge would later detail. So, in lieu of tinkering with the shoe’s chunky midsole tooling which provides unparalleled energy return, Nike designers revisited a new application of a performance-printed 3D upper. They would later coin the process Flyprint.

This is not the first time a groundbreaking innovation emerged from a misfire. Roger Chen, Senior Director of NXT Digital Innovation at Nike, in a statement to Fast Company said that Nike didn’t originally want to implement 3D-printing simply because it’s the shiny new industry toy. It had to, and at its very essence was required to in order to make absolute sense for both the runner and the product.

“We didn’t want to use 3D printing for the sake of using 3D printing,” Chen reiterated. “That’s where we took a step back, and thought, how do we focus on the design brief: a lighter shoe, that’s more breathable, and allows rain and moisture control?”

Flyprint Will Completely Shift Performance Running Footwear

One of the primary functions of a great runner is speed. The Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite Flyprint weighs just 169 grams, undeniably making it one of the lightest running sneakers on the market. This marks a 6% reduction in weight when compared to the Zoom Vaporfly Elite which comes in at 180 grams. This leads to a huge indicator of increased speed for the runner — that’s not to mention the Elite Flyprint’s ability to shed potential weight added by water retention.

A Flyprint upper is almost visibly translucent. When you’re running in the shoe the wind blows through to your feet, a feeling Kipchonge related to “flying.” As one of the fastest distance runners around he is flying, in large part due to Nike’s ability to render Flyprint to perfection from start to finish in approximately four months. Typically, sneaker production of this magnitude takes the better part of ten to twelve months.

Nike, with the creation of Flyprint, has scaled the trial and error process substantially. Speed now takes on an entirely different connotation. Runners are inherently and through hard work filled with endurance and speed. Now, Nike can produce running sneakers with industry best speed. By every measure, quicker production should also eliminate increasing labor cost. Robotics doesn’t require an hourly rate for manufacturing processes.

Back in 2016, Nike competitor, adidas, announced plans to open its Speedfactory in Cherokee country Georgia. Its foundational premise relies on automation and production robots to streamline and simplify manufacturing. Adidas stated the factory would allow them to produce more of its products faster and in closer proximity to its consumer base which has grown exponentially in the U.S. in recent years.

Nike, too, won’t be far removed from factories of a similar volition. Fewer physical employees, greater production numbers and, equally important, reduced waste allow this approach to manufacturing. Simply put, it can and will aid Nike’s ongoing sustainability efforts.

What To Expect From Flyprint This Year

Eluid Kipchonge will debut the Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite Flyprint at the London Marathon on April 22nd. Subsequently, a limited number of pairs will be made available that weekend in London via the Nike app. The shoe will reportedly cost 0 USD.

This, as history has proven, is repeat behavior where widely desired Nike performance releases are concerned. An athlete wears the shoe, Nike tweaks it to meet their personal specifications, then, at a later time, a somewhat scaled version is released to the masses.

Pro-level technologies will be pronounced to a lesser degree for retail, as the general public doesn’t require what a pro marathoner does. Expectations are that the shoe will be available to the masses in late 2018 or early 2019.

What’s certain at the current time is that Nike has created something that will revolutionize the footwear industry. Computational design in mind, this incredible new approach towards performance runners could one day impact the world of basketball, football and the full range of track & field.

Nike is going full tilt with Flyprint. This is just the beginning.

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Apr 18, 2018
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Nike’s New M2K Tekno Sneaker Appears in Black/Volt Colorway

When Kanye West returned to Twitter after an almost year-long hiatus last week, his very first tweet — which has since been deleted — was regarding Nike’s budding M2K Tekno silhouette. Kanye compared the shoe to his Yeezy Boost 700 stating that Nike took creative inspiration from his design. Today, though, West indirectly walked back into that comment. He stated everything is inspired by something; no one is reinventing the wheel.

That said, Nike’s modern-day Monarch is back to just being an exciting new release with no equivocations. Following its debut last year during John Elliott’s New York Fashion Week presentation, the shoe emerged in a Sail hued women’s edition. As expected, men’s colorways are en route including this newly vindicated Black/Volt option.

Much of the model is outfitted in black leather overlays with textured paneling and toe wrap. Volt branding marks the quarter paneling and insole while the heel is also finished in the vibrant hue.

The Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt is set to release on May 19 for 0 at select Swoosh retailers.

Nike M2K Tekno

Colorway: Black/Black-Phantom-Volt
Style #: AO3108-002
Release Date: May 19, 2018
Price: 0

Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt
Nike M2K Tekno Black/Volt

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Apr 12, 2018
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This All-White Nike Flyknit Trainer Is Your Go-To Summer Sneaker

Image via: Nike

Image via: Nike

Regardless of what the thermostat says for much of the United States, summer is just around the corner. For sneaker aficionados, that means transitioning into a new footwear rotation to go along with lighter and brighter duds. Nike is here to accommodate your seasonal wardrobe needs with this new all-white colorway of the Flyknit Trainer, featuring a brilliant white Flyknit upper atop a matching white midsole equipped with Nike Zoom Air cushioning. A gum rubber outsole perfectly complements the pristine aesthetic. Retailing for 0, the kicks will hit stores and Nike SNKRS on April 19th.

Release Date: 4/19/18 (Thursday)

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Apr 5, 2018
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Sneaker Politics is Releasing the Air Jordan 3 ‘Katrina’ Early at a Special Event


Sneaker Politics Air Jordan 3 Katrina Event

Louisiana based retailer, Sneaker Politics, just unveiled that they will have a special event along with Jordan Brand as a tribute to Hurricane Katrina.

This special event will give select individuals the chance to purchase the Air Jordan 3 Katrina which originally was a 1-of-1 design by Jordan Brand. In addition JB held a charity auction to support the relief efforts from Hurricane Katrina.

Currently additional information for the Sneaker Politics’ event has yet to be announced, however the ‘Katrina’ Air Jordan 3 will launch at their store on April 28th. A wider release will then take place at Jordan Brand retailers on May 12th.

Air Jordan 3 Katrina
Color: White/Cement Grey-Black-Fire Red
Release Date: April 28, 2018 – Sneaker Politics
Release Date: May 12, 2018 – Global
Style Number: 136064-116
Price: 0

Sneaker Politics Air Jordan 3 Katrina Event



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Apr 4, 2018
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Why Smaller Sneaker Events Are So Important

words + photos by @MrsTeriyaki

Everything in life started off small at one point, and that’s no different with sneaker events. Imagine Sneaker Con, Solefest or Crepe City and they all at some point would have been held in a small venue somewhere with a fraction of the attendants and a fraction of the extra entertainment.

From experience, larger events struggle to bring that real community feel and tend to market themselves towards a younger more fashion-conscience audience, who tend to remain on the outskirts of the sneaker community. There is a huge mass of people, and normally a strong presence of sponsored brands. Sure, the choice of the kicks for sale may be vast but the diversity, not necessarily.

Just like different countries have different styles, different cities do too. And that is something you can really experience when venturing out of the normal, more ‘commercial’ sneaker events and looking more locally.

This weekend I attended SneakerBox in Bristol, a more local event just over an hour from home. I have attended smaller events before, but this was my first time here. Last year it was held in a pub (public house) and has grown since last year into a small music venue which is really great to see the demand for it to grow.

The unique aspect of sneaker conventions of this caliber is the personality that local attendants bring to it. There is a real flavor of the city that comes through the doors and is reciprocated by what’s worn on foot. I found the taste and variation so much wider compared to the big conventions. With the strong community vibe comes enjoyable conversations and even new friendships, which is the part I love the most about the community.

It’s important we as sneakerheads attend and show love to the smaller projects taking shape in the culture because they are doing a great job at bringing opportunities to people who maybe can’t make the bigger, more national conventions. And one day they won’t be so small.

Do you have any local sneaker events near you?

If you’re wanting to get more involved in the sneaker community, it’s a great place to start and be a part of. I think it’s important as members of a community we support one another’s growing pillars, especially locally.

Peace.

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Mar 29, 2018
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Celebrity Sneaker Stalker // You Pick the March MVP

Who’s really a sneakerhead and who’s fakin’ the funk? That’s for you to decide as we present the finalist for March Celebrity Sneaker Stalker MVP.

For those at home, defending 2017 CSSMVP Fabolous took home the January honors while J Balvin showed out in February.

Peep the prospects below and let us know your pick in the comments section.

J Balvin


J Balvin in Dior sneakers

J Balvin in the Air Jordan 1 “Shattered Backboard”

J Balvin in the Nike Air Force 1 Low

J Balvin in the Balenciaga Triple S

J Balvin in custom Nike Air Force 1 Lows
J Balvin in the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit
J Balvin in the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit

J Balvin in the Lance Mountain x Nike SB x Air Jordan 1
J Balvin in the Nike Atmos x Air Max 1
J Balvin in the atmos x Nike Air Max 1

Adrianne Ho

Adrianne Ho in the BAPE x adidas DAME4 “Red Camo”
Adrianne Ho in the BAPE x adidas DAME 4 “Red Camo”
Adrianne Ho in the adidas DAME4 BAPE
Adrianne Ho in the BAPE x adidas DAME 4
Adrianne Ho in the adidas Deerupt Runner
Adrianne Ho in the adidas Deerupt Runner

Russell Westbrook

Russell Westbrook in the Nike PG2
Russell Westbrook in the Nike PG2
Russell Westbrook in the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Wheat"
Russell Westbrook in the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Wheat”
Russell Westbrook in the Balenciaga Speed Trainer
Russell Westbrook in the Balenciaga Speed Trainer

Russell Westbrook in the CLOT x Converse One Star

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake in the Kith x Nike Lebron XV
Justin Timberlake in the Kith x Nike LeBron XV

Justin Timberlake in the Air Jordan 3 “Tinker”

Justin Timberlake in the Jordan Zoom Tenacity

Rich the Kid

Rich The Kid in the adidas Deerupt Runner
Rich the Kid in the adidas Deerupt
Rich the Kid in the Off White x Air Jordan 1
Rich the Kid in the Off White x Air Jordan 1 “White”

Rich the Kid in Prada sneakers

Rich the Kid in Alexander McQueen sneakers

Rich the Kid in the Balenciaga Triple S V2

Neymar Jr.

Neymar Jr in the Nike Air Yeezy 2
Neymar Jr in the Nike Air Yeezy 2 Black/Solar Red

Kanye West

Kanye West in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 "Cream"
Kanye West in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Cream”

Kanye West in the adidas Yeezy Boost 700
Kanye West in the Yeezy Boost 700 & Kim Kardashian in the Yeezy 500
Kanye West in the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 & Kim Kardashian in the adidas Yeezy 500
Kanye West in the adidas Yeezy BOOST 700
Kanye West in the adidas Yeezy BOOST 700

Famous Dex


Famous Dex in the Vans Old Skool
Famous Dex in the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Famous Dex in the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Shattered Backboard”

Famous Dex in the Vetements x Reebok Instampump Fury

Lil Uzi Vert


Lil Uzi Vert in the Jeremy Scott x adidas JS Bones

Lil Uzi Vert in Chanel sneakers

Lil Uzi Vert in the Louis Vuitton Archlight

G Eazy


G Eazy in the Nike Air Yeezy 1 Black/Pink

Macklemore


Macklemore in the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 “Beast”

Macklemore in the Nike Air Max 270

Fabolous


Fabolous in the Sean Wotherspoon x Nike Air Max 1/97

Fabolous in Gucci sneakers

Fabolous in the Comme des Garçons x Nike Air Max 180

Fabolous in the Air Jordan 3 “JTH”

Fabolous in the Air Jordan 13 “What is Love”

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Mar 28, 2018
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Nike Launches Unlaced, an Online Women’s Sneaker Boutique

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Image via: Nike

With Unlaced, Nike offers women a digital sneaker boutique where customers can avail themselves to a “thoughtful selection of footwear, inclusive of expanded sizes, high-performance styles and exciting collaborations.” The site, available to shoppers in the U.S. and the U.K., will feature products that are updated as often as weekly, beginning this week with various Air Max styles, including new and limited colorways of the Air Max 97, Air VaporMax, Air Max 270 and more. Additionally, Nike will tap creatives and athletes who will lend their expertise on sneaker style through weekly stories, profiles or photo diaries. Every month, one of these experts will unveil a Nike sneaker collaboration that shoppers can purchase in limited quantities. Check out some of the exclusive kicks available at the site below, then head over to nike.com/unlaced to begin your shopping experience. For those who prefer brick-and-mortar stores, Nike Unlaced shop-in-shops will open in existing Nike locations in cities around the world beginning this summer.

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Mar 28, 2018
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Mister Rogers Once Went Sneaker Shopping & We Have The Receipts

Friends: how many of us have them? Before Mark Zuckerberg allowed us to count and leverage them, Mister Rogers was making them in real life in his own neighborhood.

One of those friends happened to be Buzz Wagner, and he had a shoe store. A mom and pop shop in the truest sense, Mister Rogers went sneaker shopping at Wagner’s Shoe Store where Buzz found out what he was feeling and what he was not.

Polite and polished, the man with a cardigan and imagination stepped out of the box to check out shoes not for him at first, playing make believe to as which of his friends would wear what. Not to worry, he got his. Getting measured by his buddy Buzz, Neighborhood Fred got the tour of the stockroom, eventually cashing out on a pair and even walking out of the store wearing them.

What’d he cop? Watch the video below to find out. For more modern Sneaker Shopping with our guy JLP, click here.

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Mar 21, 2018
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FILA Debuts a Pokémon-Inspired Sneaker Collection

Image via: FILA Korea

Image via: FILA Korea

FILA has launched a new sneaker collaboration with Nintendo’s Pokémon, featuring a five-piece set of Court Deluxe styles dedicated to Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur and Jigglypuff. In addition to the unique character heel tabs and corresponding coloring on the lining, the Velcro-strapped leather kicks sport a Pokéball logo patch on the tongue — a motif that’s repeated on the custom shoe box that accompany the kicks. For now, it appears the release is limited to FILA retailers in South Korea. Stay tuned for word on a wider release.

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Mar 13, 2018
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Nike Is Launching Sneaker Design Workshops in Select Cities for Air Max Day

Image via: Nike

Image via: Nike

In celebration of Air Max Day 2018, Nike will be conducting a series of sneaker design workshops in Paris, London, New York, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo. Operating from March 22nd to April 15th, the Nike: ON AIR workshops will allow participants to engage in the Nike footwear design processes (no prior experience necessary), ultimately creating 1 of 10 Air Max icons for each city — taking inspiration from what their respective city means to them — and leveraging creative sessions that will encompass the briefing, concept building and mood boarding stages of design.

In each city, the top three designs will be chosen and turned into 3D designs, eventually going up for a global vote on nike.com/onair. You can also go to the site now for instructions on how to sign up for each of the six cities. Once the workshops have wrapped up, the top vote-getters per city will go into production and subsequently be made available at a later date.

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Mar 8, 2018
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Celebrity Sneaker Stalker // International Women’s Day Edition

The celebration of International Women’s Day continues with this special edition of Celebrity Sneaker Stalker.

Featuring fashion queens like Rihanna and Solange, as well as celebrated athletes such as Allyson Felix and Serena Williams, today’s installment is all about the ladies who define culture and contribute so much in regards to both style and stature in our world.

Showcasing photos from the ’80s all the way up to today, peep some of our favorites below.


SZA in the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Low “MoMA”

Rihanna in the Air Jordan 1 Black/Red

Solange Knowles in the Solange x PUMA Disc Blaze

Adrianne Ho in the NikeCourt Flare AJ1

Serena Williams in the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour 9 AJ3

Allyson Felix in the Air Jordan 9

Kehlani in the Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Pure Platinum”

Rita Ora in the adidas Mutombo

Beyonce in the Nike Dunk Sky Hi

Lorde in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Pirate Black”
Celebrity Rewind: Aaliyah Sports the Nike Air More Uptempo
Aaliyah in the Nike Air More Uptempo White/White-Blue

Orange Calderon in the Air Jordan 1 “New Love”

Rihanna in the FENTY x PUMA Creeper

Lily Allen in the Air Jordan 3 “Flip”

Kendall Jenner in the adidas Forum Lo

Whoopi Goldberg in the Nike Air Foamposite One “Electrolime”

Teyana Taylor in Yeezy Season Boots

Rihanna in the Alexander McQueen x PUMA Run Lo

Kylie Jenner in the Vetements x Reebok Instapump Fury

Allyson Felix in the Air Jordan 3 Black/Cement

Serena Williams in the Nike Kobe VII “Poison Dart”

Solange Knowles in the Ronnie Fieg x PUMA Disc Blaze “The Cove”
Allyson Felix in the Atmos x Air Jordan 3 Retro
Allyson Felix in the Atmos x Air Jordan 3

Rihanna in the FENTY x PUMA Creeper

SZA in Acne trainers

Rita Ora in customized adidas Superstars

Teyana Taylor in the Air Jordan 16 “Ginger”

Kehlani in the Rihanna x PUMA Fenty Trainer

Allyson Felix in the Air Jordan 11 “Gamma Blue”

Orange Calderon in the Air Jordan 1 “Royal”

Whoopi Goldberg takes home the 1986 Golden Globe for Best Actress in the Reebok Freestyle

Teyana Taylor in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zebra”

Rihanna in the Air Jordan 5 “Fear”

SZA in the Converse Chuck Taylor
Bella Hadid in the Balenciaga Triple S
Bella Hadid in the Balenciaga Triple S

Lily Allen in the Nike Air Max 1

Serena Williams in the NikeCourt Flare AJ1

Rihanna in the Jeremy Scott x adidas Leopard

Rita Ora in the adidas Gazelle

Rihanna in the FENTY x PUMA Creeper

Allyson Felix in the Air Jordan 12 “Siren Pink”

Kehlani in the Vans Old Skool

Serena Williams in the Nike Air Revolution Sky Hi

Lily Allen in the Nike Air Max 95 “Slate”

SZA in the Public School NY x Nike Air Force 1 High

Teyana Taylor in the Vans Old Skool

Adrianne Ho in the adidas Yung 1

Malia Obama in KSWISS sneakers

Beyonce in the adidas Ultra Boost

Kim Kardashian in the adidas Yeezy Boost 750

Serena Williams in the Nike LeBron 11 NSW

Adrianne Ho in the Supreme x Air Jordan 5

Zendaya in the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago”

Allyson Felix in the Supreme x Air Jordan 5

Teyana Taylor in the Nike Air Flightposite 1

Cindy Crawford in the Air Jordan 8

Rihanna in the FENTY x PUMA Creeper

Leslie Jones in the Air Jordan 1 “Knicks”
Teyana Taylor in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Beluga 2.0"
Teyana Taylor in the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Beluga 2.0”
Adrianne Ho in the Raf Simons x adidas Ozweego
Adrianne Ho in the Raf Simons x adidas Ozweego

Serena Williams in the ACRONYM x Nike Air Presto Utility

Teyana Taylor in the Vetements x Reebok Instapump Fury

SZA in the Balenciaga Triple S

Rihanna in the Rihanna x PUMA Fenty Trainer

Solange Knowles in the Jeremy Scott x adidas Wings Silver/Black

Orange Calderon in the Golf le Fleur x Converse One Star

Lily Allen in the Nike Air Max Plus

Whoopi Goldberg in the Pharrell x adidas NMD Hu

Teyana Taylor in the Reebok Freestyle Hi
SZA in the Pharrell x adidas NMD
SZA in the Pharrell x adidas NMD
Rihanna in the Fenty x Puma Ankle Strap Creeper
Rihanna in the Fenty x Puma Ankle Strap Creeper

Adrianne Ho in the adidas Futurecraft 4D

Teyana Taylor in the Teyana Taylor x Reebok Question

Rihanna in the Air Jordan 7 “Olympic”

Kehlani in the Sean Wothespoon x Nike Air Max 1/97

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