Tuesday, May 21, 2019


The summer is coming. Coming fast. This year just started and it's already summer. Somebody stop it. Or keep it coming. I don't know. What I do know is that this summer we have to touch some cities. Why I sound like a rapper? Touch some cities. No telling where Vans got me going. You see me around say what's up. 

Jesus, I have to stop typing already. This what I have on today. 

Lames by SanQuon 

You see the words. You know the vibes. We not catching nothing but this great weather. (I'm just rolling with the rapper typing at this point, sorry).  

Cotton Twill Joggers by H&M

I need to get something to wear my purple pants with. This not it and won't be. Don't tell me about something in the shirt being purple and all that. Don't do that. I hate people like that. It's nasty. 


 California Native Era

Bet, you didn't know that Vans colors go this deep, huh? Beside black.  You can get this simple shoe and keep all the eyes on the shirt cause, yeah. That's what it's all about. 

  If you like this one, be sure to check out other "Dress Like Javaris". 

  Vans,a Division of VF Outdoor, Inc.

Monday, May 20, 2019


Coming off the back of a Vans collaboration, Supreme has just announced another new project in the form of this Nike collection. Although no shoes are present with this release, we are presented with an extensive array of apparel similar to last season’s workwear-inspired offerings. The collection includes items such as a water resistant nylon hooded sport jacket and warm up pant, hooded sweatshirt, sweatpant, jacquard logo sweater and nylon shoulder Bag. Retro sportswear themes run rampant throughout the selection and branding from both labels is inconspicuously strewn across most of the pieces, which should come as a welcome transition into the warmer months.

The Supreme x Nike 2019 summer collection will be available at the skate label’s in-store locations in New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, London, Paris and also its online store from May 23. Japan will see a later release as usual on May 25.

Sunday, May 19, 2019


HeYYYYY !!!! So for today I have a super easy and sexy smokey eye AND a winged eyeliner! Thank you for watching! Hope you LOVE it and Just FEEL your Makeup!

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Saturday, May 18, 2019


Special guest appearances from Chris Rock, Haha Davis, Rico Nasty, Diplo, Jozzy, Young Kio, and Vince Staples.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

 With Taka Hayashi‘s latest Vans Vault collection taking on classics like the Authentic One and 138 Mid LX, other collaborators have also tuned in to display their unique spins over a spread of fresh rubber waffles. Unveiled is the debut collaboration between Vans and retailer Commonwealth.

First originated in Norfolk, Virginia, Commonwealth has built a reputation for itself, working closely with various artist’s like Virginia-native Pharrell Williams, Clipse and Bun B, while creating a space centered around art, design, skate and street culture. This time around, the retailer has teamed up with Vans on two iconic silhouettes — Era and Slip-On.

Inspirations from the art world, the military, and current events have been the prime considerations for the design of the sneakers. Both silhouettes are graced with uppers of premium suede. The Era comes in a light olive-tint, dubbed “Desert Sage.” Tiny black checkerboards grace the top edge of the midsole above the words “Every Generation Needs A New Revolution.” The Slip-On, tinged in “Lark Tan,” sees a beige upper that’s complemented by a crisp white sole. In contrast to the Era, checkerboard stripes appear on the foxing tape while the words “People Everywhere Are Created Equal” are placed above. As a finishing touch to the sneakers, Commonwealth branding is subtly placed on the reverse of the woven Vans tab.

The Vans x Commonwealth collection will be available May 18 on Commonwealth’s website and at its flagship stores for $120 USD.

 As a follow up from the previous adidas Originals LXCON in “Core Black,” the Three Stripes has unveiled a brightly hued version of the silhouette in “Solar Green/Cream White,” alongside the Ozweego in “FTWR White/Solar Green,” joined together as the “Era Pack.”

 Drawn from the German footwear company’s expansive archive, the adidas Originals LXCON is inspired by a pair of vintage runners from ‘94. In this iteration, the upper mesh is tinged in fluorescent green at the top and gradually fades into black near the midsole. Three stripes branding at the sides appears in the form of beige leather swatches that holds the translucent pipes running through. Blue accents, a plastic heel tab, and an eggshell-toned rubber outsole round up the details.

The Ozweego “FTWR White/Solar Green” takes design cues from the late ’90s to early ’00s as retro-influenced elements like its chunky adiPrene midsole and multilayered upper give the sneaker its distinctive character.

A recurring motif is seen in the aforementioned sneaker also gets added to this footwear piece, except more subtle this time — lightly tinted plastic pipes get tucked under the lace cage and heel. Three lime-colored stripes appear over blue and beige ripstop at the sidewalls. Premium suede and TPU overlays are also added to the breathable upper. Lastly, its Adiprene sole displays a slightly raised outsole at the heel that’s emboldened in an orange palette, adding warm accents to the shock absorbing technology.

The adidas Originals LXCON “Solar Green/Cream White” and Ozweego “FTWR White/Solar Green” will be available on May 18 at 4 a.m. EST at Adidas’ website for $100 USD.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

"Heard all of the talkin', now it's quiet, now it's shush"
Sanquon x Drake "Mob Ties" Sanquon.com
The New Balance 576 has received a premium updated for Spring/Summer 2019. Wrapped in pigskin suede, this buttery 576SE builds upon last years’ 30th-anniversary edition for another luxurious take on the archival runner, this time sporting an “Eastern Spices” colorway.

Unlike celebratory 576’s of the past, this New Balance was developed by its Made in England division. The New Balance 576SE “Eastern Spices” also features sand and brown hues to its premium upper with hits of plush red leather on the “N” emblem and heel tab.

Mesh panels join the leather and suede mixed upper, which sits atop the rubber C-CAP sole unit — designed to be flexible and cushioned yet sturdy and lightweight. The premium Flimby-made pair can be bought now from retailers such as ELEVEN for €150 EUR (approx. $170 USD).

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Friday, May 10, 2019


 Kash Doll "Hustla" (Song link/ Apple Music)

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

  Supreme continues its footwear collaborations with the next Vans drop, this time focusing on a quintessentially urban design.

The duo are set to release the Spring/Summer 2019 Supreme x Vans collection with the “Diamond Plate” all-over pattern across the Sk8-Hi Pro and Slip-On Pro models. The high-top features suede panels and canvas uppers for durability, while the leather lining adds a premium feel that coincides with the Pro denomination. The Slip-On Pro as well features the canvas upper, leather interior and diamond plate print across the entire shoe. Lastly, white details (Vans stripe, brand tag) match the white midsole.

Color-wise, both models arrive in yellow, red, and white iterations, with the Sk8-Hi Pro having a contrasting suede panel in brown, navy, and black, respectively.

The last Supreme x Vans collaboration came with Jean Paul Gaultier’s floral-based collection of pieces, while the Fall/Winter 2018 partnership had Supreme work on the Sid Pro model. The former was a bit louder and made more of a statement, while the latter gave skaters and lifestyle sneakerheads a bit of subtlety. This season’s iteration is thus a mix of both, with the pattern and fairly subdued “Supreme” branding speaking for themselves.

Both the Supreme x Vans Sk8-Hi Pro and Slip-On Pro will hit online and in-store in NY, Brooklyn, LA, London and Paris on May 9. Japan Supreme brick and mortars and its online store will receive their stock on May 11.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019


  2018 | January 2019 | February | March

Guess who's back? Back again. Shady back. Tell a friend. I feel the need to say "Two trailer park girls, go round outside". I swear if you don't know where's that's from. I swear. Am I getting old or wise? I don't think anybody reads this part of the post, so I'm just writing shit. Kinda like when one of my favitore rappers from childhood raps now. 

   Each and every month I will bring you the five post that everybody has been loving the most from my blog.

Homecoming Merch Haul | That's The Post #Beyonce 

When you make plans, God laughs they say. I sat down yesterday and I thought I would knock out some stuff while "Homecoming" played in the background. There I was, an hour and a half later and still glued to the TV. I didn't wanna move. I was sucked in and the thoughts of getting away were not happening.  Beyonce seems to have this effect on you. This control.  None of this is anything to do with nothing this post is about. This is a haul post that almost became the Homecoming review. Do you really need one of those? Not really you know it's good. Duh. (Post here) 


 Kehlani x 6LACK "RPG" (Music Video) 

Show me your love, show me your love. (Video Here) 



Ran Off On Death Twice (#DressLikeJavaris)  

 I escaped death twice today. Tell the Grim Reaper it's on sight. Listen, the full story has to be saved for the podcast or something cause it's a lot but yeah, I escaped death twice. On top of that, I lost my debit card for the first time in my life. It's 2019 so I didn't sweat it. Locked it up really fast on em. (OOTD Post here) 




adidas Originals Neon Nite Jogger 

 adidas Originals unveils the newest Nite Jogger, reinterpreting the iconic road running shoe yet again. The ’80s-inspired reflective sneaker returns in a flurry of new shades — grey, green and orange — and features its signature lightweight nylon ripstop and soft mesh knit. Originally designed for night exploration on the asphalt, the Nite Jogger’s hi-vis reflectivity continues to serve its purpose in the dark. The shoe is complete with a BOOST midsole and “speed of nite” embroidered in morse code on its outsole and tongue. (Post Here) 


 Budweiser | This Bud’s For 3 | Dwyane Wade 

To celebrate his final season, Dwyane Wade has been swapping jerseys with NBA legends. Before he said goodbye, we surprised him with five more. (Video Here)


  Random song of the month:

Kehlani x Musiq Soulchild "Footsteps" | Enjoy Three Free Months Of Apple Music

Random Want Sponsored by Amazon: 

42-Inch Bali Rattan Papasan Chair with Cushion - Solid Twill Fabric, Black 


  That's the five for this year. Did your favorite make the list? Let me know in the comment section or on  Twitter and Facebook.I didn't mean to write Facebook but yeah that too. I meant Instagram.

Saturday, May 4, 2019

 Nike’s newly launched Air Max 720 has been given a fresh new “Midnight Navy/Laser Orange” update ahead of the forthcoming Summer months. The silhouette, which was introduced earlier this year, features a massive 720-degree 32mm high air bubble, the largest within the Air Max series thus far, offering up cloud-like cushioning with equal amounts of bounce. Made from mostly recycled materials, as a part of Nike’s sustainability policies and practices, the newly released colorway features an all-mesh upper doused in a dark-toned “Midnight Navy,” met with a vibrantly-colored sole in “Laser Orange.”

You can check out the newly released “Midnight Navy/Laser Orange” iteration of Nike’s Air Max 720 in the gallery above. If you’re interested in picking a pair up for yourself, head over to BSTN’s web store where they are priced at approximately $179 USD.

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