Nike Zoom Freak 1 ‘Black Iridescent’ Release Date

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info

Towards the end of September, Nike Basketball will launch a new color option of Giannis Antetokounmpo’s signature shoe, the Zoom Freak 1 which is known as ‘Black Iridescent’.

This Nike Zoom Freak 1 comes dressed in a Black, Multi-Color and Photo Blue color combination. Highlighted with Black across the upper while Iridescent lands on the reverse Swoosh logo. Blue lands on the branding while a Black midsole and matching rubber outsole completes the look.

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent Release Details

You can expect the Nike Zoom Freak 1 ‘Black Iridescent’ to release at select retailers including online at Finish Line and Nike.com on September 27th. Retail price is set at $120. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will give you a closer look.

Nike Zoom Freak 1
Color: Black/Multi-Color-Photo Blue
Release Date: September 27th, 2019
Style Number: BQ5422-004
Price: $120

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info
Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info

Nike Zoom Freak 1 Black Iridescent BQ5422-004 Release Date Info

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Nike Air Max 97 ‘Nintendo 64’ Release Date

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

The Nike Air Max 97 ‘Nintendo 64’ goes down memory lane of another gaming console which borrows the colors from the system.

As you can see this Nike Air Max 97 features Light Grey across the mesh upper while the same shade is applied to the leather overlays which is a tribute to the controller. In addition we have accents of Green, Blue, Yellow and Red which is for the buttons.

Nintendo 64 Nike Air Max 97
Nintendo 64

If you look closer you will notice triangles throughout the mudguard which represents the Yellow buttons. Following we have ‘Power’ and ‘Reset’ text on the tongue and ‘Air Max’ written in Nintendo font on the heel. Other details includes a graphic on the insole which resembles the ESRB rating which is seen on the packaging of video games.

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 Release Details

The ‘Nintendo 64’ Nike Air Max 97 will release at select retailers including online at Nike.com on September 25th. Retail price is set at $160. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will give you a better look.

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64
Color: Atmosphere Grey/Habanero Red-Thunder Grey-Amarillo-Racer Blue-Lucky Green
Release Date: September 25, 2019
Style Number: CI5012-001
Price: $160

Update 9/20: Although select retailers have already launch the ‘Nintendo 64’ Nike Air Max 97, SNKRS will launch this pair on September 25th.

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info
Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 CI5012-001 Release Date Info

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Nike Air Barrage Mid Releasing in ‘Midnight Navy’

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info

Nike will soon launch another color option of the Air Barrage Mid which comes highlighted in ‘Midnight Navy’ which originally released back in 1995.

Featuring a White, Midnight Navy, Black and Laser Orange color combination. This pair comes constructed utilizing a mixture of leather, synthetic leather, nubuck and mesh. Highlighted with a mid-foot strap with a large Swoosh logo, Nike Air branding is seen on the tongue, insole and heel while AIR is written across the midsole to finish the look.

Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Nike Air Barrage Mid ‘Midnight Navy’ which will give you a closer look. Although a release date is not available, they will launch at select retailers and online at Nike.com soon. Retail price is set at $150.

Nike Air Barrage Mid
Color: White/Midnight Navy-Black-Laser Orange
Style Number: AT7847-101
Price: $150

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info
Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info

Nike Air Barrage Mid Midnight Navy AT7847-101 Release Date Info

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Odell Beckham Jr. Releasing Two Colorways of the Nike Joyride Flyknit

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Release Date Info

Odell Beckham Jr. and Nike will release two color options of the Joyride Flyknit during the month of September.

One pair comes dressed in Black, Bright Crimson and Volt while the other is done in an Atmosphere Grey and Lime Blast color theme. Paying homage to the superstar’s beginnings, inscribing “Baton Rouge – Louisiana”—his hometown—on a translucent upper strap, along with a clear message: “Best After 05/19/14”—the date he signed his first NFL contract. Since going pro, OBJ’s worked hard to show the world his game-changing best. Inside the Joyride’s sole, thousands of tiny beads shape to your foot with each step, working hard so you can perform at your best too. With Joyride’s beads propelling you forward, you won’t look back—that is, until a career full of statement-making moments calls for commemoration.

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Release Details

Both of the Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit color options will be available at select retailers including online at Nike.com on September 27th. Retail price is set at $200.

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit
Color: Black/Bright Crimson-Volt
Release Date: September 27, 2019
Style Number: AV3867-001
Price: $200

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001 Release Date Info
Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Black Bright Crimson AV3867-001 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit
Color: Atmosphere Grey/Lime Blast
Release Date: September 27, 2019
Style Number: AV3867-002
Price: $200

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002 Release Date Info
Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002 Release Date Info

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Grey Lime Blast AV3867-002 Release Date Info

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Show Me The Money Releases Their Own adidas Ultra Boost Colorways

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost Release Date

South Korea TV series Show Me The Money has collaborated with adidas Originals to release two color options of the Ultra Boost.

Both in a simple theme, one is done in Black while the other comes in White. The two features Primeknit across the upper, Metallic placed on the Three Stripes branding and speckled laces. Other highlights includes either Black or White on the heel counter along with a matching Boost midsole and rubber outsole.

Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Show Me The Money x adidas Ultra Boost color options which will give you a closer look. The two have released at adidas KR (Korea). Currently it doesn’t look like a release will take place in the states. If things change, we will make sure to update.

Show Me The Money x adidas Ultra Boost
Color: Black
Release Date: September 19, 2019 – Korea
Style Code: FW8233

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost Black FW8233 Release Date Info
Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost Black FW8233

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost Black FW8233 Release Date Info

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost Black FW8233 Release Date Info

Show Me The Money x adidas Ultra Boost
Color: White
Release Date: September 19, 2019 – Korea
Style Code: FW8232

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost White FW8232 Release Date Info
Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost White FW8232

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost White FW8232 Release Date Info

Show Me The Money adidas Ultra Boost White FW8232 Release Date Info

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adidas Originals ‘Solar Red’ Pack Release Date

adidas Ozweego EH0252 Release Date Info

adidas Originals is launching a new ‘Solar Red’ Pack which will feature five models: the Nite Jogger, LXCON, Ozweego, Torsion X and ZX Torsion.

Looking closer each pair comes with a mixture of Cloud White, Crystal White and Solar Red. Select models will have oversized branding on the panels and midsole. Other highlights includes Teal Blue accents on the lace jewel to complete the look.

More images of the five adidas models can be seen below which will give you a closer look. You can expect this pack to release at select retailers including online at adidas.com on September 28th. Retail price ranges between $120 and $180.

adidas Ozweego
Color: Cloud White/Solar Red-Crystal White
Release Date: September 28, 2019
Style Number: EH0252
Price: $120

adidas Ozweego EH0252 Release Date Info
adidas Ozweego EH0252

adidas Nite Jogger
Color: Cloud White/Solar Red-Crystal White
Release Date: September 28, 2019
Style Number: EH0249
Price: $140

adidas Nite Jogger EH0249 Release Date Info
adidas Nite Jogger EH0249

adidas LXCON
Color: Cloud White/Crystal White-Solar Red
Release Date: September 28, 2019
Style Number: EH0248
Price: $120

adidas LXCON EH0248 Release Date Info
adidas LXCON EH0248

adidas Torsion X
Color: Cloud White/Cloud White-Solar Red
Release Date: September 28, 2019
Style Number: EH0244
Price: $180

adidas Torsion X EH0244 Release Date
adidas Torsion X EH0244

adidas ZX Torsion
Color: Cloud White/Crystal White-Solar Red
Release Date: September 28, 2019
Style Number: EH0251
Price: $140

adidas ZX Torsion EH0251 Release Date Info
adidas ZX Torsion EH0251

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First Look: Air Jordan 12 White Dark Grey

Believed to be releasing this holiday season, here is a first look at the Air Jordan 12 White Dark Grey.

Part of the 2019 Jordan Brand holiday lineup, this new colorway of the model comes dressed in a White, Dark Grey, and Gym Red color scheme. The shoe comes dressed in a White leather upper offset by the Grey overlays on the textured mudguard, heel, and outsole. Other details include the Silver upper eyelets and the Red contrasting accents.

Look for the Air Jordan 12 White Dark Grey to release on December 21st for the retail price of $190. Be sure to bookmark our Air Jordan 12 White Dark Grey hub page where all new release info and images will be posted.

image: djfolk

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Coming Soon: adidas Originals Solar Red Pack






Releasing next week, here is a good look at all the pairs that make up the adidas Originals Solar Red Pack.

The adidas Originals Solar Red Pack will include the adidas Ozweego, Nite Jogger, LXCON, Torsion X, and ZX Torsion. All five models opt for the same color scheme consisting of Cloud White, Crystal White, and Solar Red. Aside from rocking the same hues, each offering also comes with oversized branding placed on the lateral side, medial side or midsole. Completing the look is the small Teal Blue hit that part of the lacing system.

For those looking to cop, the adidas Originals Solar Red Pack drops on September 28th at select retailers and adidas.com for prices ranging from $120 to $180.

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Buy The Air Jordan 12 Game Royal Right Here




Buy Now From $230

If you’ve got a pair of the “Flu Game” Air Jordan 12, this Air Jordan 12 “Game Royal” is an opposite variation of the iconic silhouette, which has finally arrived at retailers today. Composed of premium black tumbled leather and the highlight bold blue hue adorning the textured suede overlay across its forefoot, the model is further detailed with more blue adorning the miniature branded side panels, branded heel and the entire rubber outsole to round out the two-tone style.

Look for this Air Jordan 12 at select Jordan Brand stores and online including the KicksOnFire Shop today in full family sizing. Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 12 “Game Royal” hub page now for everything you need to know about the sneaker and where to buy it online. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: Renarts

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Shop The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Cloud White Here



Buy Now From $329

Summer has concluded but the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Cloud White” is still a fresh pair to rock this fall season. Dropping at retailers today, this rendition of the Yeezy silhouette flaunts a light blue Primeknit construction mixed with white threading to reflect a cloud-like aesthetic. Finally, the distinct translucent side stripe, followed by matching laces and a semi-translucent ribbed sole encasing its Boost cushioning solidifies the design altogether.

Look for this non-reflective adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 at select adidas stores and online, including the KicksOnFire Shop today. The official store list can be found here. Click and bookmark our official adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Cloud White” + “Cloud White Reflective” hub page now for everything you need to know about the sneaker and where to buy it online. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: Thomas Barthélemy/Hypebeast France

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Release Date: Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Bright Crimson






Cleveland Browns’ star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and Nike reveal their next collaborative silhouette, this time featuring the newly-introduced Nike Joyride Flyknit. Featured in “Bright Crimson” this colorway of the model pays homage to OBJ’s beginnings with “Baton Rouge – Louisiana”— his hometown inscribed on a translucent upper strap, along with a clear message: “Best After 05/19/14”—the date he signed his first NFL contract. Finishing details consist of special graphic insoles and a bright crimson outsole featuring the brand’s newest Joyride cushioning tech.

Retailing for $200, look for the Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit “Bright Crimson” at select Nike stores and online on September 27. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: Nike

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Release Date: Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Atmosphere Grey






Alongside the “Bright Crimson” pair, Cleveland Browns’ star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and Nike present a special variation of the newly-introduced Nike Joyride Flyknit in “Atmosphere Grey,” Paying homage to OBJ’s beginnings, “Baton Rouge – Louisiana”— his hometown is inscribed on a translucent upper strap, along with a clear message: “Best After 05/19/14”—the date he signed his first NFL contract. Finishing details consist of contrast black and lime green accents throughout, special graphic insoles and a white outsole featuring the brand’s newest Joyride cushioning tech.

Retailing for $200, look for the Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit “Atmosphere Grey” at select Nike stores and online on September 27. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: Nike

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Nike Air Max 98 Cosmic Clay Ready For Fall






With fall kicking off, the Nike Air Max 98 is introduced in a fall-appropriate colorway of “Cosmic Clay” for its latest iteration. Boasting two-tone theme of black and wheat across its upper, the sneaker’s mesh base is colored in the sandy hue, while black graces the suede mudguard, alongside matching leather accents. Finally, pops of red orange for the branded areas and eyelets provide additional vibrance to complement the style, while a black Air Max sole completes the design.

Retailing for $160, look for the Nike Air Max 98 “Cosmic Clay” at select Nike stores and online soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: Nike

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Gyakusou x Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Trail Red Debuting Next Week






The Gyakusou x Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Trail is the next Gyakusou x Nike collaboration dropping soon, and it’s featured in a bright red colorway that has been modernly updated by designer Jun Takahashi. Boasting a mixed material construction with a breathable mesh upper alongside synthetics/leather with water-repellent coating, the sneaker is also detailed with adjustable toggle laces and a rose motif above the sail Swoosh branding on the sides. Finally, the phrase “Gyakusou went the distance” is printed right on the toe box, along with more Gyakusou branding on the heel to complete the design.

Look for this colorway of the Gyakusou x Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Trail at select Nike stores and online on September 26. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: asphaltgold

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Release Date: adidas Streetball White Glow Green Aqua







The ’90s classic adidas Streetball is unveiled in another new colorway for fall, this time in a clean combination of “White/Glow Green-Hi-Res Aqua.” Composed of crisp white mesh underlays and sail suede panels covering the majority of its upper, the sneaker’s highlight is directed at the midsole/outsole which features an eye-catching gradient of green and aqua to neatly contrast the model’s neutral makeup for a solid finish.

Retailing for $110, look for this colorway of the adidas Streetball at select adidas stores and online on September 26. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: adidas

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adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin Releasing In A Few Days







Buy Now From $400

Following the “Cloud White” pair this weekend, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Citrin” will be dropping next. Reminiscent of the previous “Antlia” and “Synth” colorways into one, this non-reflective edition sports its defining yellow/light pinkish/grey “Citrin” hue across its entire Primeknit construction. Finally, the signature translucent sidestripe, a semi-translucent ribbed midsole that encases its Boost cushioning, and a gum rubber outsole tops off the style.

Look for this adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 at select adidas stores and online on September 23 in full family sizing. The official store list can be found right here or secure your pair via the KicksOnFire Shop. Click and bookmark our official adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Citrin” + “Citrin Reflective” hub page now for everything you need to know about the sneaker and where to buy it online. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Images: Solebox

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Transgender Athlete Mack Beggs Talks Activism, Struggles and Triumphs

ESPN documents his journey in the new short, "Mack Wrestles"

Mack Beggs is a two-time Texas state high school wrestling champion — but, he said, that distinction comes with an asterisk. Beggs won both championships in the female division, despite the fact he identifies as a male. That’s because Texas law requires athletes to compete as the gender on their birth certificate. Beggs, born Mackenzie, said he wanted to compete against other boys.

“I rather would have won something in the guys division than rather winning something in the female division, because that’s not who I identify as,” Beggs told Muscle & Fitness.

Beggs’ transition, and the controversy behind his rise in the Texas high school wrestling scene, is the focus of an upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 short, Mack Wrestles, premiering on Sept. 22 on ESPN.

Mack’s rise to fame started in high school, when the father of a female wrestler he defeated filed a lawsuit against him. “He found out that I was transitioning and I was taking testosterone,” Beggs said. Beggs won the case, but the suit exposed his story to international headlines. “It turned into a activism fight for athletes and trans athletes,” he said.

In our latest M&F Presents video, Beggs tells Muscle & Fitness about the stages of transitioning and the controversy that followed. Mack also spoke on social media activism, inspiring others, fitness, and his upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 doc short, Mack Wrestles. 

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Kylie Jenner Wears Two Trends in Leopard Print and Nude Sandals

Kylie Jenner looked fierce in animal print in her latest Instagram post. The 22-year-old sported the leopard-print trend.

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Wild 💛🐆

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The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star wore a bright yellow Versace jumpsuit with a leopard pattern. The look was complete with long sleeves and skinny-leg trousers. Jenner kept it consistent and paired the jumpsuit with a matching handbag, which included a gold chain over-the-shoulder strap.

On her feet, the makeup mogul wore a pair of barely-there black heels. The shoes featured a black sole with a high stiletto heel and a transparent strap that ran across her feet.

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what we really do in the restroom 🤪💗📸

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Jenner can often be spotted in the naked sandal trend. She has previously posted in PVC sandals from celebrity favorite designer Manolo Blahnik. In the post, she wore the brand’s Priscestro pump, which features a four-inch heel and transparent strap as well as a wrap-around ankle closure. She matched the footwear with an oversize pink Jacquemus spring ’20 blazer and a gray bodysuit.


MANOLO BLAHNIK Priscestro 105 Heel

Manolo Blahnik Priscestro 105 sandal.
CREDIT: FWRD.com

 

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Here’s How Many New Instagram Followers J-Lo Got After She Walked Versace in New Version of Iconic Green Dress

J-Lo owned Instagram for hours — and hours — on Friday evening. After the mega star closed the Versace show in a new version of her iconic jungle-print Grammy gown, Lopez was the star of the social platform. There was almost no point in sharing anything else.

The proof is in the numbers. On Friday alone, Lopez racked up 165,000 new followers in Instagram, and by the end of today she will likely add about 141,000 more, according to data from Social Studies — a New York-based research firm that specializes in complex social media monitoring and analysis and closely monitors industry trends and viral moments. (This is double her typical daily follower growth.)


Jennifer Lopez Versace on the catwalkVersace show, Runway, Spring Summer 2020, Milan Fashion Week, Italy - 20 Sep 2019

Jennifer Lopez on the runway at Versace’s spring 2020 Milan Fashion Week show.
CREDIT: WWD/Shutterstock

Versace, meanwhile, is also experiencing notable gains on Instagram. On Friday, the label added 29,000 new followers, while today it’s expected to increase its fan base by another 23,000 people, according to Social Studies.

The company said that when Lopez, who has a reach of 101 million, share her initial video of the big moment, it outperformed her typical posts by 2.5 times. The engagement rate was 3.4%, which is high for an Instagram post.

 

The Versace moment couldn’t have been timed more perfectly. Lopez is garnering huge acclaim for “Hustlers,” which hit theaters earlier this month.

And it’s been nearly 20 years since she walked the red carpet at the 2000 Grammy Awards in a green palm print chiffon dress that plunged to just below her navel. The dress made Lopez a fashion star and fueled the first viral fashion moment, prompting Google to create Google images.


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Jennifer Lopez in Versace at the 42nd annual Grammy Awards.
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This time, on the runway, the star wore a new, sexier version of the gown — without sleeves. Sequin embellishments decorated the bodice of the gown, which went down to just above the navel. As she finished off her walk and was joined on the runway by Donatella Versace, the room was captivated — and so were millions of fans on Instagram.

Justin Bieber Makes a Case for Crocs in a Head-to-toe Gray Outfit

Justin Bieber has long been an advocate for the “ugly shoe” trend, and his look yesterday proved that its here to stay. The singer made a case for Crocs yesterday, as he left the doctor’s office in Los Angeles.


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Justin Bieber spotted in gray Crocs in LA.
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The “Love Yourself” singer was spotted leaving a medical building in a classic Bieber casual skater style outfit. He sported a pair of gray Umbro gym shorts that fell below his knees along with a matching Harley Davidson T-shirt with a motorcycle printed onto the shirt. He was snapped carrying a black side bag with a long strap across his chest as well as a backpack. He also wore a backwards cap on his head.


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Justin Bieber spotted in gray Crocs in LA.
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The 25-year-old paired the crocs with a pair of gray high rise Vetements socks, which featured a pop of color with blue stripes.


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Detail of Justin Bieber’s crocs.
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Bieber can usually be seen in clothes from his brand, Drew House which he often pairs with his go-to “Dad Shoes,” the New Balance 997H in a gray, teal and pink. The shoes retail for $90 and come in six different colorways.


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A closer look at Justin Bieber’s New Balance sneakers.
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Kim Kardashian Dresses Down Mesh Pumps With a Streetwear Outfit

Kim Kardashian matched streetwear with mesh pumps in her latest Instagram post. The 28-year-old posed for the camera showing off her chic look.

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The mother of four wore a black, long-sleeved jumpsuit, made from a shiny nylon material that was lined with a cream-colored seam. On her feet, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star wore a pair of very on-trend mesh translucent pumps. The reality star kept the look simple with no accessories but made up for it with her smokey eye makeup look.

The shoes featured a closed toe, with a black point.

Kardashian is an advocate for the sheer shoe trend and can often be seen in naked sandals from husband, Kanye West’s label Yeezy. Kardashian’s go-to naked sandals are from Yeezy’s season 8 collection.


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A close up of Kim Kardashian West’s Yeezy thong sandals.
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The thong sandals, include a PVC upper with a leather sole and 4-inch-wedge heel. They are available to shop online on Revolve.com for $788.


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Yeezy Season 8 thong sandals.
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This Italian Designer Just Launched a Clever Shoe Collection — She’s Definitely One to Watch

While it can seem like the mega shoe brands own Milan Fashion Week, several new footwear launches are making waves this season.

The most notable spring ’20 debut in Milan so far? Sara Battaglia’s whimsical new collection, unveiled at her presentation today. The designer — who first made a name for herself with bags and later launched ready-to-wear — debuted 13 shoe styles. Average price points are around 500 euros, or $550 at current exchange.

Some of the strongest looks — brightly-colored flats and D’orsay pumps — include a statement plissé decoration. Platform sandals come adorned with polka dots and a mule has unexpected cutouts.

The names of the graphic styles grab your attention too  — among them, the “First Date” mule and the “Bellini” sandal. (All of the shoes feature emerald green soles, mirroring the lining of Battaglia’s handbag collection.)


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Sara Battaglia Spring Summer 2020 collection.
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While initial distribution partners are still being finalized, Battaglia’s handbags are stocked at Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Net-a-Porter, Printemps, Luisaviaroma and Takashimaya among others.

Here the designer shares more about her vision for shoes.

Why is now the right time to launch footwear?

Sara Battaglia: I believe in healthy, sustained growth — especially in fashion where things tend to move so fast.  Each element has to come into being at just the right time. Bags were my first love, and following on from there I decided to step into ready-to-wear. Now, with the arrival of my shoe collection, I feel I am moving ever closer to completing the vision I have of my ideal woman.”


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Sara Battaglia Spring Summer 2020 collection.
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What will you offer that’s different than what’s out there?
SB: “I have always felt that something was missing, something that was available once upon a time, but for some reason isn’t anymore. I want to fill that gap. We combine creativity with clean and colorful shapes. We empower a woman to embrace, emphasize and even exaggerate a their natural sense elegance and femininity.”


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Sara Battaglia Spring Summer 2020 collection.
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Who is your customer, and do you think she will be the same person who buys your shoes?

SB: One of our strengths is our consistency in our aesthetic and brand values. I love when I am told that my collections embody a sense of luxury, wearability and practicality — and of course, an overriding sense of joy and happiness. These values are at the core of what the Sara Battaglia brand is.”

Who would you most like to see in your shoes and why? 

SB: “I am so lucky that my brand has already been supported and chosen by women I love and admire: people like Queen Rania, Cate Blanchett and Naomi Campbell, strong women with a clear sense of style and a distinctive point of view.
At the end of the day, my real satisfaction comes when I see any woman wearing something I have designed, and feeling better for it. This is the way I feel about my shoes too.”


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Sara Battaglia Spring Summer 2020 collection.
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Sarah Jessica Parker Shows How to Do Print on Print in Pointy Pumps

Sarah Jessica Parker kept summer style alive while out and about in New York City on Thursday. The actress looked chic as she bopped around in her finest city gear.


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Sarah Jessica Parker out and about in New York City.
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The “Sex and The City” alum was snapped sporting a blue floral sundress, which was decorated with multi-coloured flowers and black leopard print detailing. The midi dress, which is from the label, Bongo de Nor, featured a straight line neck and long flowing sleeves.


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Sarah Jessica Parker out and about in New York City.
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On her feet, the 54-year-old wore shoes from her own label, SJP collection. The footwear included a pointed closed toe and a thin stiletto heel along with thin slingback straps that ran across the back of her feet.


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Detail of Sarah Jessica Parker’s shoes.
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The mother of 3, who launched her eponymous shoe brand in 2014 with George Malkemus, wasn’t afraid to pattern clash and mixed her floral dress with blue snakeskin patterned footwear.


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Sarah Jessica Parker out and about in New York City.
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She accessorized her ensemble with a leather side bag which included a neutral green strap that ran across her body. She protected her eyes in style with a pair of oversize sunglasses.

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Sandra Choi’s Vision for Jimmy Choo Spring ’20: ‘Anything But Plain’

Longtime Jimmy Choo creative director Sandra Choi spoke to FN about the label’s spring ’20 collection, her personal shoe style and an upcoming collaboration with a popular South Korean stylist.

On her vision for the season:

“Anything but plain. I wanted new shapes, and to think about what is beautiful in the world. One of the key parts of Jimmy Choo’s DNA is animal — leopard and zebra. A lot of people talk about it, but I wanted to make my own combinations. It’s all about these mixes, like a flowery leopard and zebra with a pop of color highlight on the heel. You think you know what it is, but you actually might not. You have look at the detail. Apart from that, we also played with the snake, and were inspired about how it intertwined and the movement on the sandal.”


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Jimmy Choo spring ’20 platform sandal.
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The rapid growth of the brand’s sneaker business:

“The world is changing, and we’re changing with it. A trainer doesn’t have to make you run or walk faster. You want to look great, but it’s not about performance. It’s also about alternative heels. Do you really want to struggle? It’s about different combinations, volumes, proportion.”


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Jimmy Choo spring ’20 lattice sandal on a chunky heel.
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Her own evolving shoe style:

“I do sneakers in the morning, if I’m walking to school [with my children], I’m in flats. And then when I get to the office, a lot of the time I’m barefoot, but booties are my go-to. With shoes today, everything goes. When you wear a stiletto, it’s definitely more feminine but when you can venture out to different silhouettes, it [can be more interesting].”


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Jimmy Choo spring ’20 leopard bag with embellishment.
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Collaborating with South Korean stylist Yun-kee Jeong on the upcoming Choo “Diamond” sneaker capsule:

“I met him when I went to Seoul. We got on really well. I didn’t know anyone and he immediately called all of his friends — some do makeup, some are jewelry designers, architects. It was an eclectic bunch of people and we really had a nice exchange. We said, ‘Why don’t we get together and do something?’ He wanted us to bring something to life that he had been thinking of. It’s the idea of a white sneaker with a little bit of highlight.”


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Jimmy Choo spring ’20 animal print pump with crystal embellishment.
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Click through the gallery to see all the styles.

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A Sneak Peek at the New Yeezy 500 “Stone”

The Yeezy 500 silhouette is finally coming back and a preview of what is in store for the sneakerheads among us is making the rounds on Social Media. Yeezy Mafia posted a few pictures of the up and coming “Stone” sneaker earlier today.

The “Stone”, which will be released in a tan colorway, resembles past Yeezy 500s with its classic suede construction, gum-colored outer sole and full-length adiprene midsole, Adidas’ shock-resistant technology.

According to Yeezy Mafia, “Stone’s” stand-out feature will be the neoprene material that will be found in the midfoot, heel and tongue of the sneaker. The shoe is expected to drop in November and will be coming in full family sizing.

Kanye West’s sneaker empire has been popular enough to land him top spot on Forbes’ highest-earning hip hop star ranking. Adidas Yeezy is on pace to do $1.5 billion in sales the year, putting it in competition with Jordan Brand, which brings in around $3 billion annually. Yeezy’s success put him at No. 1 above his mentor Jay Z who landed the No. 2 spot on the list with $81 million.

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Serena Williams Twins With Daughter Olympia in Nikes and Tutus

Serena Williams killed it with cuteness in her mother-daughter duo post on Instagram earlier today. The pair posed in matching outfits in Central Park, NY.

Williams and Olympia both wore star-patterned tutus from the children’s apparel brand Rocket of Awesome. They matched the skirt with a black T-shirt tucked into it along with a pair of pink and black Nike sneakers.

The Tennis Pro captioned the post: “We love twinning so much, I slipped into the star tutu skirt from @rocketsofawesome to match hers! What can I say I’m a kid at heart.”


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Bianca Andreescu competes against Serena Williams in the finals of the US Open.
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The 37-year-old, Nike-sponsored pro was defeated in the finals of the 2019 U.S. Open earlier this month in a two-set match that drew a packed crowd, including Meghan Markle and Vogue’s Anna Wintour.


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Serena Williams at the finals of the 2019 US Open.
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Williams was defeated 6-3, 7-5 by 19-year-old Canadian player Bianca Andreescu, who made her debut at the event in New York.

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Ferragamo Had Leather Socks and Sandals on the Spring 2020 Runway

Salvatore Ferragamo is a leather goods company at its core — something that its creative director Paul Andrew has kept in mind since he joined the Italian luxury house in 2016 as Women’s Footwear Director. Since then, and throughout a few promotions (he is now the brand’s creative director as of February 2019), Andrew has been respectful of that legacy, pulling from the archives for many of the shoes he has put on the runway.

At the brand’s spring ‘20 show in Milan on Saturday, he appeared to paint more outside of those lines, showing a collection with more of a lightness that also brought some new ideas to Ferragamo’s footwear.


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Model Binx Walton on the runway at Salvatore Ferragamo spring ’20 in a pair of white Vara flats and white socks.
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Silk socks and Varas at Ferragamo spring ’20 backstage.
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There were still some old ideas thrown in. The first look had model Binx Walton walking in a pair of white leather Vara flats, paired with white silk socks. The brand’s iconic ballerina appeared a few more times in the show, with bright pink shorts, white shirt dresses, giving a primness to the looks.


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Yellow Vara flats with socks and leather shorts on the runway at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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Strappy sandals and paperbag leather pants at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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After that, it was mostly a strappy sandal show, with low, sculptural heels that were monochrome or color blocked. Many were paired with pants, in a leather and with ankle ties that drew attention to the foot. It was Andrew’s version of the “naked” sandal, and a reminder that he is a modern designer, not one who just pulls from archives.


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Color blocked strappy low sandals at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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Strappy sandals with a low heel at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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For men, there were variations of the espadrille, done as a sneaker, a boot, and a little hybrid of all of those things.


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A men’s look in leather and an espadrille with an ostrich upper at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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There was also a series of PVC sandals done with three straps in multiple translucent colors and a chunky heel. The most puzzling and intriguing part of the entire show was the leather sock that was paired with these shoes. What does a leather sock feel like? Are they lined inside? Do they make your feet sweat — especially on a warm and sunny morning in Milan? Do they help with the slippage that silk fashion socks tend to suffer from when paired with a higher heel?


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PVC sandals with leather socks at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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Ostrich printed sandals with leather socks on the runway at Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring ’20 show at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday.
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Another color way of Ferragamo’s leather socks and sandals combo for spring ’20.
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(A quick Google search on “leather socks” revealed that it is best known as a sock for practicing Muslims who need to keep their feet warm during prayer. Called a ‘”khuffayn,” there is something Margiela-like about them, except that there are no individual toes.)


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The shoe lineup backstage at Ferragamo spring ’20.
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Perhaps the socks are just for the show, but come next fashion month in February, they could very well be a thing. Commercially, the sandals were the most viable part of the collection, and their simple, fun, sexy strappy shapes are sure to sell right next to those pious Varas.

Watch FN’s video with fashion week street style star Olivia Palermo below.

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