Friday, April 30, 2021




The best thing you can do with your money is to make sure that you don't leave too much of it when you leave. Leave enough for the young ones but make sure you enjoy some too. Cause you can't take it with you when you go. This how I am talking myself into buying sneakers. Bills paid so we good over here but really buy things that you enjoy if your bank account can handle it. Don't play around with the money you got that you will need for the future. Damn, this went both ways. You pick which way you wanna go. I can't stop typing like this. I'm trying to but I can't.

I was all up in the online store today. Buying anything that doesn't move.  I was in the sales bag today. Nothing too major. 

Nite Joggers (White/Multi) 

adidas like to come along with a sneaker that gets me hooked and turn around and need all the colors that are sold. This started to look like that cause I love these running sneakers that I won't be running in. 

The Nite Jogger initially came out during the 1980's and was adidas' first reflective urban running sneaker. The current Nite Jogger is looked at as a reimagined version of the original.


Nite Joggers (Black/White/Red)
Nite Joggers (White/Black/Lime)
  React Element 87

I also got these. I always like getting something that makes me feel like I'm walking on the moon.


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Thursday, April 29, 2021




For her new collection, the designer made use of three colors: black, red and white, in which she has dyed summer dresses and sundresses, knitted jumpers and classic blouses. The main accent of the collection is a bright plaid coat in a cage.

The homonymous signature of designer Elisa De Córdova was born as a sustainable response to fast fashion; since its foundation in 2016, it uses organic, natural and recycled raw materials in slow and ethical production processes, which reflect the timelessness and comfort of the brand.

Currently, Elisa works with multiple workshops throughout Chile based on the standards and values of fair trade and the circular economy, thus vindicating the craft of sewing and giving a sustainable look to the world of design and fashion.


Nike‘s Air More Uptempo has been given a fresh “Sky Blue” makeover. This iteration of the classic basketball shoe features a handful of light blue palettes similar to the look of some OG colorways.

The shoe’s uppers are decorated with a blue gradient that starts at the heel and fades to white towards the forefoot. “Psychic Blue” appears at the heel, covering the big “A” letter of the shoe’s “AIR” logo as well as the heel of the midsole. At the midsection is a faint blue shade covering the letter “I,” while the “R” at the forefoot remains tonal in white. Other details like the embroidered Swoosh at the toecap and a full-length Air sole unit round off the crisp colorway.

Nike’s Air More Uptempo “Sky Blue” will be available on May 1 on Nike for $170 USD.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021




 The Emmy Award-winning MASTER OF NONE returns with a new season that chronicles the relationship of Denise (Emmy Award winner Lena Waithe) and her partner Alicia (BAFTA winner Naomi Ackie). Directed by series co-creator and Emmy winner Aziz Ansari, and scripted by Ansari and Waithe, this new season is a modern love story that intimately illustrates the ups and downs of marriage, struggles with fertility, and personal growth both together and apart. Fleeting romantic highs meet crushing personal losses while existential questions of love and living are raised.  

Co-created by Ansari and Emmy Award winner Alan Yang, Season 3 delivers an evolution of the series that remains tethered to previous seasons while breaking new storytelling ground of its own.

Watch Master of None S3, only on Netflix:

Wednesday, April 21, 2021



Nike is continuing its barrage of bright Dunk Low releases with a women’s-exclusive “Laser Orange” colorway. Boasting a familiar two-tone colorblocking scheme and a new eponymous hue, the “Laser Orange” is a welcome warm weather-geared addition to Nike Sportswear‘s summertime lineup.

Crafted entirely from leather, the upper places “Laser Orange” on the mudguard, eyestays, Swooshes and heel. This is contrasted by a stark white hue on the toeboxes, quarter panels and collars. More branding is seen on the heel tab via an embroidered Nike spellout and on the nylon tongue by way of a fabric tongue badge. “Laser Orange” laces bring the top half together, and the look is wrapped up by a white midsole that sits atop an orange outsole.

Apart from the “Laser Orange,” we’ve also seen low-cut Dunks like the “Animal,” “Yellow Strike” and “Purple Pulse” in recent weeks, indicating that Nike’s spring Dunk push won’t lose any steam in the summer months. A release date for the “Laser Orange” has yet to be announced.

Thursday, April 15, 2021



Luxury retailer The Webster has teamed with Vans‘ premium Vault by Vans imprint for three tropical takes on the Bold Ni LX. Inspired by The Webster’s extravagant Miami roots and the fauna of the Florida Everglades, each sneaker features elevated detailing and a monochromatic pastel color scheme.

From a color standpoint, there’s a cool Tiffany blue, a vibrant pink that seems to draw from The Webster’s signature flamingo logo and a no-frills white. All three pairs boast croc leather quarter panels, accented by smooth suede on the jumbo Jazz Stripes, the t-shaped toebox overlay and the throat. Heels offer a more shaggy suede, and each look is completed by tonal midsole badges. Packaging is special as well, with each shoebox boasting a pink tropical floral print taken directly from The Webster founder/CEO Laure Hériard Dubreuil’s vintage wallpaper collection.

“As we continue to grow as a company, our connection to Miami strengthens and is always represented no matter where we are. It has helped us establish major parts of our brand’s DNA, from the streets of South Beach lined with historic Art Deco buildings, to the sunny disposition,” says Dubreuil. “I am so excited and grateful that Vans has partnered with us in creating the perfect homage to our founding city. The capsule truly captures the essence of Miami down to the pastel colors and vintage silhouette.”

Look for The Webster x Vault By Vans’ Bold Ni collection to release via The Webster’s webstore and all its retail locations on April 19. The MSRP is set at $110 USD, and a portion of the proceeds from each pair will go to Friends of the Everglades, a non-profit charity dedicated to preserving Florida’s swamps.



Friday, April 9, 2021






When Vans was founded back in 1966, it would offer custom sneakers to anyone who came with a color request or brought their own material — because its factory was right next to its retail store. As Vans grew and changed in the ’70s and ’80s, it started offering other special embellishments on its footwear like custom sidewall print. Now, in 2021 that custom sidewall option is being acknowledged with a new turtle-printed iteration of the Old Skool.

Sporty seafoam green hues coat the canvas and suede upper — the former material is used on the quarter panels and collar, the latter on the toebox, eyestays and heel — with white contrast stitching, Jazz Stripes, laces and collars adding airy flair to the mix. Down below, Vans’ famed “Off the Wall” skateboard graphic is turned into playful cartoon turtle, done up in navy and placed in repeating fashion on the white midsole. Finishing touches are supplied by a sporty blue foxing stripe and a recognizable red heel badge.

This turtle-adorned Vans Old Skool is available now at Japanese retailers like BILLY’s Tokyo, $75. A US release may follow in the coming weeks. 


Wednesday, April 7, 2021


Nike AM90 boasts a “White/Midnight Navy/Obsidian/University Gold” palette and is loaded with compelling details.

Uppers are composed of a crisp white jersey mesh that’s bolstered by navy leather mudguards and midfoot pieces. Each of these pieces supplies unique contrast stitching: the mudguard is accented by maize stitching and the top overlay shows off obsidian details. More maize is present on the midfoot Swoosh and “window” detail, while eyestays are split between maize and navy.

Rubberized heel badges combine maize, navy and white, while navy tongues are made of their own jersey mesh. More branding arrives via a white and navy Nike Sportswear tongue tag and a maize spellout on the navy insoles. Pure white midsoles with a navy Air cushioning unit and multicolored outsoles complete the look.

This Air Max 90 is available on the Nike webstore now, and is priced at $120 USD.




Nike‘s Sportswear division has a duo of models that are celebrating its 30th anniversary this year in the Air Huarache and the Air Structure. The latter, after being unveiled in a “White/Neo Teal” colorway, has just launched its “Grey Fog/Black” and “Black/Smoke Grey” palettes.

The “Grey Fog/Black” iteration is the slightly more playful version of the two as appealing “Lapis” pops are distributed to the leather Swooshes and eye stays as well as the branding on the tongues and heels. Its perforated mesh underlay goes for a simplistic white and comes complemented with “Grey Fog” TPU heel molds and leather forefoot overlays in addition to stealthy suedes applied to towards the mid-foot and rear. Midsoles are prepared with more grayscale color-blocking on the lateral sides while the medial sides usher in a subtle splash of “Lapis” towards the back end.

Its release sibling is one that is exclusively reliant on neutral tones. Black makes the biggest statement here as it cascades over the mesh base layers and accompanying mid-foot and heel overlays. From there, “Smoke Grey” notes spill onto the forefoot and angular rear molds, as well as the tongues. Angelic finishes are then shown off on the Swooshes and upper’s branding. Midsole pieces continue its motif by sporting white backgrounds with nominal tones.

Both offerings are available right now via Nike for $120 USD a piece.

Tuesday, April 6, 2021




Swatch has developed an entirely new watchmaking material, a mix of ceramic and a bioplastic produced using castor oil.

The Bioceramic debuts as the case material of a 47mm Big Bold watch, released in five muted colours; black, white, light grey, sky blue and powder pink.

The mix of two thirds ceramic, one third bioplastic and a pigment produces a robust, lightweight material offering scratch resistance and a tactile ‘soft touch’ finish. The watches are complemented by colour-matched bioplastic straps and keepers.

The watch’s lack of a dial and steep internal wall pulls focus on the hands and the architectural structure of the case while showing off the simplicity of its quartz movement.

Swatch has developed the Bioceramic material to be compatible with its existing machinery and intends to make use it throughout its  collection, although the brand states there is no intention to use it to entirely replace plastic in its watches.

The Big Bold Bioceramic drops on April 15 via Swatch, priced $149 USD.




Saturday, April 3, 2021




This movie looks like it will be great.

Friday, April 2, 2021

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