Tuesday, December 27, 2022



Sure, the world cup might have ended and the German national team didn't do much, but that doesn't mean that you can't still represent the gang. Imma dress even when the sun not shining and the goals are going in the back of the net for the other team. Also, USA kits this year(s) have been ass so that's out of the question. I left the house feeling like I was in the Wu in the 90s and I was rushing to the video shoot with this look. Enjoy. 


I love this jacket in the style that they made it. Big. Biggie. Biggie smalls if you will. Heavy on the 90's style of fashion. You can feel the high quality and weight of this jacket. I brought it thinking it would be a windbreaker (I didn't read the details as it clearly says cotton) and I'm happy to be wrong. This thing will keep you warm. 

Normally I would add a different color than black. I would do the tan or maybe so as far as brown but I want to keep it clean today. So I went with the black. I can always change it up when I do pull the lookout again but for this one, yeah just black. I know me, the time it will be tan pants. 


How many red shoes are too many red shoes for one person to have? I think I might be getting to that point I haven't hit it yet. Maybe three more. Not counting these. 

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Friday, December 2, 2022



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No shade to mother nature but it rained on my birthday. Like rain down on me, SWV type shit. It still ended up being a great birthday in the end. Freckles rented out a whole theater for us to watch the new Thor. Anyways, her birthday is coming up and I know mother nature is not going to do her as she did me. Well, she better not cause I plan on looking great. I laugh as I say that cause this shit is not about me, I just need to look just as good as her. I already got the look picked out so saw get into it. 

Funny enough I nonetheless have something else that I would wear but we stick with this.


So, we're going to Ruth Chris. The place you have heard in a million rap songs. They seem to love this place. I  have never been but looking at the website, I love the story of the place

I need to get out and buy more pants this winter and we start with these. I got one to test it out and I like the cut so we shall buy more. 

VERSACE 43MM Stainless Steel & Silicone Watch

Went with this watch cause maybe the gold would be too much with these pants. The red brings in another color element that gets the point across. 

Air Max 95 Essential

Look at me, wearing white shoes. I still hate them but it has to be done with this look. It makes the look go, you know. 

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Monday, October 24, 2022



The North Face has revealed its second collaboration with world-renowned artist and designer KAWS. While the first collection was aimed at delivering added flair for the slopes, introducing colorful and reflective pieces, the upcoming series focuses on high-altitude performance, offering up a range of greyscale pieces centered around TNF’s Expedition System.

Launched in 1990, Expedition System was the most technically-advanced integrated clothing system at the time, built for traversing the planet’s coldest regions from the Himalayas to Antarctica. Relentlessly tested by North Face athletes, silhouettes from the program went on to launch many of TNF’s most iconic styles including the ‘95 Nuptse Jacket, Denali Mountain Jackets, and ‘94 Himalayan Parka, which are included in the collaboration dressed in KAWS motifs and abstract camo prints.

Both men’s and women’s styles are available as well as unisex accessories including rounded base camp duffels featuring backpack straps, down feather-filled Nuptse mitts, and co-branded beanies. Logo-embroidered tees and cuffed sweatpants arrive as year-round pieces and rounding out the joint series are ThermoBall™ Traction V Mules featuring padded uppers and collapsible heels.

This season’s North Face XX KAWS collection will be available online, via select TNF locations worldwide, and at select retailers beginning October 25. Prices range from $55 to $550 USD.

Wednesday, October 12, 2022



Nike continues to expand its Dunk Low colorways. Earlier this year, the “Teddy Bear”-themed shoe surfaced, garnering much attention for its cozy brown color scheme. Earlier this month, the Dunk Low was revealed in a new “Pink Teddy Bear” colorway, reminiscent of the furry “Three Bears” pack released in 2006.

Now, an official look at the brown “Teddy Bear” colorway for the Nike Dunk Low has surfaced. The new shoe appears to feature a mix of materials that dress the makeup of the shoe, blending a mix of soft materials like suede and felt in various shades of brown for the upper. The shoe features an off-white Swoosh accent as well as a Nike tag with thematic stitching that hangs on the lateral Swoosh. The outline of the head of the teddy bear is seen on the medial portion of the heel and the laces land with blue and brown speckles. The shoe sits atop a semi-translucent gum-brown outsole that rounds out the design of the shoe.

Look out for the Nike Dunk Low “Teddy Bear” released in the coming months in select retailers and on Nike for $120 USD.

Tuesday, October 11, 2022



For the latest series of Nike Dunk Low’s, the Swoosh recently partnered up with the US’ Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) on a number of limited releases, including a special North Carolina A&T colorway. Nike has followed up with an eye-catching Tennessee State University iteration that will have current and former students screaming their tiger pride.

The sneaker flaunts a smooth black leather base, with crimson and royal hues to complement the quarter, mudguard and heel. Additional highlights include neutral white along the Swoosh and laces, as well as a mustard tongue and heel tab with TSU’s insignia on the former and the school’s founding year on the latter.

The Nike Dunk Low “TSU” will also feature the school’s mantras, “Think Work Serve” and “TIGER PRIDE”, on the insole and come equipped with alternate tiger stripe laces. Expect the shoe to drop in the coming months for $120 USD on Nike.

Monday, October 10, 2022


Louis Vuitton has unveiled its Tambour Street Driver timepiece in two new shades.

Fit for the streets, the casual watch now hits the market in a striking orange and calm olive green. The silhouette made its debut last year and features a 44mm stainless steel body, luminescent indexes, winding caliber and a screw-down crown. Additionally, the watch is water resistant up to 100 meters.

Finishing off the new colorways are matching rubber straps with the luxury house’s name.

Keep your eyes peeled for the timepiece to release soon on Louis Vuitton’s website.




After learning he is managing the last Blockbuster Video in America, Timmy and his employees fight to stay afloat. Blockbuster Season 1, starring Randall Park and Melissa Fumero, premieres November 3, only on Netflix.

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Louis Vuitton‘s Paint Can Bag is reserved only for the bold-hearted statement-makers — and it’s definitely worth a double take. Previously available in “Purple,” “Red” and “Orange,” the wildly imaginative accessory has been updated with a fresh slate of colorways inspired by the late Virgil Abloh‘s signature palette.

Now finished in “Lagoon,” “Green” and “Yellow,” the artful (and very realistic) accessory is a collectible for the fashion-minded creative, complete with a chrome LV-embossed metal handle and a ring top that flips open thanks to a leather hinge. The exterior plays with true-to-life paint-can branding, emblazoning “EXTERIOR PAINT” lettering front-and-center, providing information about the paint’s quality under the handle and warning its wearer to “Handle With Care” on its back. Notes of realism make their way inside the Paint Can, too, with microfiber lining the entire cylindrical case in each bag’s respective colorway.

The world first met Louis Vuitton’s Paint Can Bag during the Maison’s monumental Men’s Fall/Winter 2022 runway show, which honored Abloh’s unequivocal influence on the House’s DNA with then-and-now references to eight seasons of his game-changing work. The omnipresent visionary often toyed with the French label’s classic leather goods, offering abstract, avant-garde takes on legacy silhouettes — and the Paint Can Bag is a light-hearted nod to his tongue-in-cheek approach to design.

The Louis Vuitton Paint Can Bag is now available in “Lagoon,” “Green” and “Yellow” on the brand’s website and at local LV boutique stores for $2,850 USD. Take a look at the new finishes above.

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There are few silhouettes in the sneaker landscape right now that can compare to the Dunk when it comes to the pure volume of releases and collaborations, and it goes without question that Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.05%) intends on riding this wave for as long as it can. In the coming months, you can anticipate the brand to unleash a consistent stream of new releases, one being this Nike Dunk High “Desert Camo” colorway that has just surfaced via official imagery.

Its nickname essentially gives it away that the Swoosh opted to go with a militant motif for this latest lifestyle iteration. To adhere to the aesthetic and feel of military garb, the brand fittingly swaps out the traditional smooth leather panels up top and invites in canvas to form the base’s build. Underlays, overlays and tongues are styled with Fall-friendly “Desert Camo” graphics while the laces and Swooshes contrast with solid shades of beige. Underneath, the shoes come crafted with clean white midsole units and milky treading. Solid black Nike branding tops everything off on the tongues and insoles.

Be on the lookout for Nike to release these in the coming weeks.



New York-based artist and designer Nik Bentel has unveiled his latest project, the limited-edition Shipping Box Bag. The forthcoming release follows Bentel’s hit Pasta Bag, which resembles a Barilla pasta box and sold out in less than a minute. Last month, the artist debuted a sequel bag, a take on the packaging from rival pasta company De Cecco.

Fashioned out of vegan leather, the Shipping Box Bag features a four-fold magnetic opening, just like that of a standard cardboard box. A white strap fastened to the bag reads “Fragile: Handle with Care.”

After the Pasta Bag, Bentel says he was inundated with requests to design another bag. Known for his satirical iterations of everyday objects, he attributed the idea to create the Shipping Box Bag to cardboard box deliveries.

“I came up with the idea after recycling a whole bunch of cardboard boxes that had been delivered to my studio,” Bentel told Hypebeast. “Even though they were essentially trash, I wanted to elevate the humble cardboard box into something usable again. My goal as a designer has always been to create something exciting from the mundane.”

The bag is available in two different iterations. One is already printed with UV shipping label stickers, while the other is a plain box that comes with a pack of vinyl stickers so that the buyer can customize their own bag.

Nik Bentel’s Shipping Box Bag launches on July 21 at 10 a.m. ET on the artist’s official website. The exclusive release will include only 100 bags, priced at $199 USD apiece.



James Whitner and his team over at the The Whitaker Group make it a strong point to give every one of their sneaker collaborations their undivided attention to ensure that every component of the rollout from the campaign imagery to the short films to the storytelling is on point. And next up on their agenda is the Social Status x Nike  Air Max Penny 1 “Recess” collection — a two-piece sneaker pack that shines a light on the significance of the lessons that the youth can learn both in the classroom and on the playground.

There are design details galore on the “Black” and “Desert Sand” colorways included in this assemblage — which is in fact the first collaboration ever executed with Penny Hardaway’s signature model. The former iteration is an overt nod to the OG “Orlando” colorway while the latter is a neutral-focused offering that keeps a grayscale motif. Both pairs feature velcro-backed Swooshes to allow you to interchange the extra sports-inspired Swoosh logos that come packed with the kicks. Additionally, the insoles and shoe boxes are ornamented with chalkboard-inspired branding as well as the sentence “A quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” — one of the English language’s most notable pangrams.

Check out an exclusive look at the pack here above and note that Social Status is officially dropping them on July 15 at 11AM EDT for $190 USD each.

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