This time around, adidas brings us a shiny metallic version of the iconic shoe. Highlighted with Blue and Red accents while White covers the midsole and rubber outsole. Back to the good old days, the adidas Continental 80 Silver Metallic is a must have for almost any season.
Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the adidas Continental 80 ‘Silver Metallic’ which will give you a closer look. For those that want to purchase they are available now at retailers like SneakAvenue and adidas.com. Retail price is set at $80.
Designed specifically for James Harden’s game, the Harden Vol. 4 is available now in the ‘Spitfire’ colorway which is a tribute to when James gets hot during his game.
Highlighted with Grey across the upper while Yellow and Red accents are spread throughout. Following we have a mid-foot band for lockdown and stability while a rubber outsole that offers the necessary traction and grip finishes the look.
Below you can check out additional photos of the adidas Harden Vol. 4 ‘Spitfire’ which will give you a closer look. For those that may want to purchase, they are available now at Kicks Store. Retail price is set at $130.
Nike has released several models that appear to be inspired by NBA teams and one of the latest is the Nike Air Max 270 React which looks to represent the Denver Nuggets.
This Nike Air Max 270 React features White on the base while Light Blue takes over the eyestay and lower part of the panels while Obsidian covers the overlays. Bringing the whole Nuggets theme together is hints of Yellow on the lace loops, tongue branding and Swoosh logo on the heel. Other details includes a White midsole and Obsidian rubber outsole.
Below you can check out additional photos of this Air Max 270 React which will give you a better look. You can expect this pair to start arriving at select retailers including Nike.com soon. Retail price is set at $150.
Nike Air Max 270 React Style Code: CT1264-104 Price: $150
We saw the Nike Shox Nova debut back in December 2019 and now starting off the new year we have additional color options that will debut.
One of those comes with synthetic and textile across the upper while utilizing shades of White, Grey and Tomato Red. In addition we have Black outlining the branding, hinted on the heel and covers the rubber outsole. Finishing the look is the traditional Nike Shox unit which of course absorbs shock.
More images of this women’s Nike Shox TL Nova can be seen below which will give you a better look. For those looking to purchase they are available now at Finish Line and soon will launch on Nike.com. Retail price is set at $150.
Nike Shox Tl Nova Style Code: AT8046-101 Price: $150
Nike is now starting to release a new pair of the Air Trainer SC High which will come dressed in the classic ‘Triple Black’ colorway for the Winter.
Looking closer this pair comes with perorated and smooth leather across the upper while dipped in Black. In addition we have Silver mesh used on the panels. Black suede is then added to the overlays along with tonal branding throughout. Completing the look is a Black midsole and rubber outsole.
For those that are interested in purchasing the Nike Air Trainer SC High ‘Triple Black’, they are available at select retailers including YCMC and soon on Nike.com. Retail price is set at $130. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will give you a closer look.
Nike Air Trainer SC High Style Code: CW7050-001 Price: $130
Chance the Rapper’s SocialWorks is teaming up with Jordan Brand to release the SocialWorks x Air Jordan 1 KO during All-Star Weekend.
SocialWorks is a non-profit organization founded in Chicago in August 2016 by artist Chance the Rapper, Justin Cunningham, and Essence Smith. SocialWorks raises money for social issues that affect Chicago’s youth, such as education, homelessness, mental health support, as well as to create spaces and bring visibility to Chicago’s artistic community.
This Air Jordan 1 KO comes with shades of Blue, White, Black and Orange which is inspired by the spirit of Unite and represents hands of different colors joined together. Constructed with canvas, Blue lands on the overlays while White covers the base. On the tongue we have a silhouette Chicago Skyline while the left heel reads ’SWORKS’ and the right features ‘JTMK’. The outsole uses Orange with a translucent hue while SocialWorks logo and a map of the city.
Matching apparel will also release which features a compass logo that wears off with time. This symbolizes the wisdom gained from a lifetime spent in the city and if you walked these streets, you no longer need a map.
SocialWorks Air Jordan 1 KO Release Details
You can expect the SocialWorks x Air Jordan 1 KO to release at select retailers including Nike.com on February 15th during All-Star Weekend. Once more information is available we will make sure to update.
SocialWorks x Air Jordan 1 KO Release Date: February 15, 2020
All-Star Weekend is right around the corner. Not only were the starters named, we also got an exclusive look at everything dropping in mid-February. From what Nike Basketball and Jordan Brand have in-store to the jerseys that will be worn throughout the weekend, the brands and the players are expected to make an unreal amount … Read more
SoleFly (Miami retailers) and Jordan Brand will be dropping a special collaborative version of the Air Jordan 10 that not only honors their 10th Anniversary, but also the Super Bowl returning to Miami.
Teased above, the SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 will come dressed in a Miami theme done in a White, Orange, and Black color scheme. The teaser image shows a White shoe equipped with dual branding on the heels done in Orange. The people holding the shoes are also wearing co-branded football jerseys that will also be included in the capsule collection (White t-shirts as well).
No release date has been announced but the SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 is expected to release sometime during the month of February. Bookmark our SoleFly x Air Jordan 10 hub page where you will find additional images and updated release info.
Spring is still a couple of months away, but Nike is getting us ready for the upcoming warm weather with this colorful rendition of the Nike Air Max 90.
Made for the GS crowd, this Nike Air Max 90 brings the Easter vibes as the shoe starts off with a white mesh upper with matching leather overlays. The standout highlights include the hits of pink and neon green on the mudguard, eyelets, heel, the Air Max unit on the midsole, and the outsole. To finish things off we see black hitting the Swooshes and the rubber outsole. Little footers can expect this Nike Air Max 90 to release in the near future.
The Nike Shox Nova made its debut in 2019 as another women’s exclusive silhouette designed by the Swoosh. To kick off 2020 we see a new flavor which takes on a predominantly white upper with only a few pops of color. Covered in white and light grey on the upper, the shoe is constructed out of a synthetic and textile makeup making it lightweight and comfortable. To provide contrast on the upper we see the addition of bright red hitting the ankle, eyelets, toe, heel, and the Swooshes on the side panels. Down below we see the signature Shox sole done in an off-white hue along with a black rubber outsole. Ladies can expect this Nike Shox Nova to release in the near future for $150.
The Air Jordan 9 “Racer Blue” has arrived at retailers as it’s the next offering from Jordan Brand’s early 2020 collection. Flaunting a stealthy black nubuck upper, a subtle navy hue is prominent on the mudguard and along its ankle area which is also draped with a 3M reflective iridescent sheen. Finally, Racer Blue accents for the branded areas and a white rubber outsole tops off the design.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Yeshaya” makes its debut nationwide today and it’s offered in full family sizing. Sporting a classic color scheme of grey with white, the model is detailed with a semi-translucent ridged midsole encasing the Boost cushioning, while a light gum rubber outsole tops off the clean design.
Releasing next week is the Air Jordan 5 WMNS “Iridescent Oil Grey,” a new women’s exclusive pair of the silhouette. Punctuated by its 3M reflective upper, the model is featured in its original state with a blue/grey finish that also incorporates a slight sheen. Contrasting black accents provide a subtle touch to the style while a white midsole and milky translucent outsole tops off the design.
This exclusive Air Jordan 1 High UNC PE is another variation of the iconic silhouette which pays homage to Michael Jordan’s alma mater, the University of North Carolina. Unlike recent iterations, this particular player-exclusive is composed of premium materials such as croc-skin, hairy suede and pebbled leather. Overall, the model is draped in UNC’s signature team colors, alongside other details like UNC’s logo printed on the tongues.
The Air Jordan 3 “Red Cement” (Chicago All-Star) will be one standout release to honor the 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend festivities in Chicago next month. Featuring a Fire Red tumbled leather upper, the bright hue is offset by Cement Grey and Black hits throughout. Finishing details include elephant print overlays on the toe and heel, grey leather on the perforated eyelets and collar, a smooth leather tongue with a red Jumpman logo and a black heel tab with “Nike Air” branding to top it off. Additionally, a Chicago-exclusive version of the model will be offered and it’ll feature “Nike Chi” branding on the heel instead.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Flax” is one of a few new colorways lined up for the silhouette this year, and it’s suggested to debut sometime later this spring. Perfect for the warmer months, the model dons a light yellowish wheat-like hue across its Primeknit upper, which incorporates the signature translucent stripe along the lateral side. Finally, a matching ridged midsole encasing the Boost cushioning and a gum rubber outsole tops off the design.
The upcoming Dior x Air Jordan 1 High may very well be the most anticipated drop of 2020 and it’s arriving this spring. Flaunting a clean white and grey leather construction with “Air Dior” branding on the tongues and Wings logo on the heel, the model’s clean construction is topped off with Dior’s all-over printed Swoosh logo on the sides and a co-branded icy translucent outsole.
Look for this Air Jordan 1 High as well as complementary apparel and accessories in April at select Dior stores and pop-ups. Click and bookmark our official Dior x Air Jordan 1 hub page now for everything you need to know about the silhouettes 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.
The Grammy Awards honor the best in the music industry from the past year. The program airs on CBS on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. E.T. from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Nominees include Lizzo, Ariana Grande and more.
Below, we’ve answered all the questions you may have about the awards ceremony itself, as well as how to watch the accompanying red carpet livestream for free.
How to Watch the Grammy Awards
The Grammys air on CBS on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. E.T.
The show will also be accessible on CBS All Access for subscribers. It also will stream through Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV and AT&T Now for anyone with a subscription to those services; they all also offer a 7-day free trial.
CBS is joining forces with the Recording Academy for an exclusive red carpet livestream show on Twitter at both of their handles — @RecordingAcad and @CBS — starting at 5 p.m.
Who Is the Host?
Alicia Keys returns to host this year’s show. Keys herself has won 15 Grammy Awards for her work including “No One” and “Girl on Fire.”
Who Is Nominated?
Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” is up against Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” among others for Record of the Year. Both of those artists are also nominated for Best New Artist alongside Lil Nas X, Rosalía, Maggie Rogers and more.
Beyoncé got a nod for Best Pop Solo Performance for “Spirit” and Taylor Swift finds herself in the fight for Best Pop Vocal Album for “Lover.”
Singer-songwriter John Prine will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in the industry.
Who Is Performing?
The performance line-up is stacked with major stars including the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande.
Bonnie Raitt is set to perform a tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award honoree John Prine, and Aerosmith will join Charlie Wilson and Run-D.M.C for a special performance.
Rosalía is on a roll. After scooping up album of the year for her sophomore soundtrack “El Mal Querer” at the 2019 Latin Grammy Awards in November, she released a music video for her single “Juro Que” this week. The Spanish pop star is also making fashion headlines.
Earlier this month, when she was spotted hanging out with Kylie Jenner, the “Malamente” singer was clad in a Louis Vuitton-inspired jumpsuit from @imran_potato, a bootleg streetwear designer with a cult following.
Rosalía was also seen in a pair of blinged-out sneakers from the sustainable and edgy American fashion brand Collina Strada.
The singer is part of a new crop of Latin American musicians redefining music and style — she’s worked with J Balvin, who was named the 2019 FNAA Style Influencer of the Year. She recently teamed up with celebrity stylist Samantha Burkhart.
Burkhart, who also styles Billie Eilish, Poppy and Sia, is known for dressing her clients in playful clothes with a dark edge.
After many stylish moments at Paris Fashion Week, Gigi Hadid’s first stateside look did not disappoint.
In true New York fashion, Gigi Hadid was spotted at JFK airport yesterday, wearing an all-black ensemble with a piece of coordinating luggage and an oversized tote.
The 24-year-old model wore a pair of black skinny jeans with a Max Mara belted wool coat and a pair of George Keburia small square frame sunglasses.
For footwear, Hadid wore a pair of Dr. Martens Coralia Velcro boots, which continue to be sold out. The shoes have a leather upper and rubber sole. They feature three velcro straps across the front of the boots and the brand’s signature pull back tab.
This look seems to draw inspiration from her younger sister, Bella Hadid’s look for her 23rd birthday, which also featured an all-black ensemble, small-framed black sunglasses, and a pair of Dr. Martens shoes, this time in the brand’s Church platform style.
Gigi Hadid is an avid wearer of the Dr. Martens style, with sightings of her wearing these boots as far back as April 2017 while in Paris. Many other celebrities seem to be fans of this silhouette, including Hailey Baldwin, who was spotted wearing the white colorway version both at the Levi’s Coachella party in April 2018 and then again in December 2018.
With Dr. Marten’s classic 1460 style winning the 2019 FN Shoe of the Year Award and a widespread celebrity clientele, Dr. Martens continues to be one of the strongest shoe trends in the early days of 2020.
Bella Hadid wore a comfortable ensemble when arriving back in New York City yesterday.
The 23-year-old model was spotted at JFK airport wearing a color-blocked navy, tan, and maroon pullover and a coordinating tan baseball cap. She styled these cozy pieces with a pair of dark jeans and a Prada Denim Boston Bag. She accessorized the look with an Eli Halili Moonstone ring.
As for footwear, Hadid wore a classic pair of simple black Chelsea boots. The shoes appear to have a suede upper and wide elastic bands around the sides and a lugged rubber sole. T
These boots are likely the same pair of shoes that the model was seen wearing in Paris outside of the Royal Monceau Hotel on two separate occasions. First, she wore the look with a gray pinstripe suit and a contrasting yellow top. The following day, she was spotted styling the same footwear choice with a pair of brown trousers, a printed earthed-toned top, and a brown jacket with a furry collar.
The 23-year-old made the rounds at Paris Men’s Fashion Week, choosing an all-black ensemble with a freshly cut fringe hairdo to sit front row at Dior Homme. She wore a textured zip-up puffy coat over a vegan leather shirt jacket from The Very Warm, a turtleneck top and black trousers, topped off with silver gloves. On her feet, Hadid wore the all-black Nike Air Force 1 Low; the style retails for $90 at Nike.com.
Earlier this week, the singer and Puma ambassador joined her fellow actress for an interview on The Ellen Show. Both women opted to wear timeless fashion staples — simple-cut black dresses and strappy heeled sandals.
While speaking about her latest album, “Rare,” Gomez wore a bodycon Khaite dress, which had puffed shoulders, long sleeves, a sweetheart neckline, and a midi length.
Similarly, Aniston wore a timeless v-neck, sleeveless dress in a midi length. The 50-year-old star of The Morning Show styled her look with a pair of strappy black platform sandals. The shoes featured a stiletto heel and a criss-cross detailing along with a thin ankle strap on the front of the shoe.
Again, opting for a more contemporary version of Aniston’s look, Gomez wore a pair of black minimalist sandal heel. These silhouettes featured a thin strap across the toe and around the ankle. The sandals had gold embellishments on the straps with a rectangular gold plate along the center of the toe strap, creating a glamorous and trendy ensemble.
The duo has definitely influenced each other’s wardrobes over the years. Recently, for the ‘Dolittle’ premiere, Gomez wore a pair of Miu Miu crystal-embellished platform pumps in a similar silhouette to the sandals Aniston wore for the show. Additionally, Aniston wore a more toned-down, timeless iteration of the sandals, these Christian Louboutin pumps, that Gomez wore on Ellen for the interview.
Jennifer Garner is known for her relatable style that resonates with women across the country.
On Friday, the actress took a stroll in a pair of grey sweatpants, a coordinating hoodie in a similar hue and a tee underneath. She accessorized the look with an off-duty pair of glasses and carried coffee while chatting with a friend. For footwear, Garner opted for a pair of Classic Short II Ugg boots in the chestnut colorway.
The shoes feature a leather upper construction, synthetic sole, and a genuine shearling lining, designed for optimal comfort. The boots have a one-inch platform, with an 8-inch shaft and are a pull-on style.
Known for her signature mom jeans ensemble, often paired with sneakers or slip-on sandals, Garner outfits continuously prove to be a refreshing contrast to that of other Hollywood stars. While the star’s red carpet looks and special occasion outfits are consistently chic and create aspirational style envy, her everyday laidback looks feel accessible and relatable.
But she can nail a dressed-up look too. For the SAG Awards, Garner made a statement in a spaghetti-strapped red gown from Dolce & Gabbana. Stepping out in her more elevated street style, the actress showcased two different mom jean ensembles this month. She paired the beloved denim pants with Chanel sneakers — and sparkling brown loafers a couple of days later.
A week before her much-anticipated Super Bowl halftime performance, Jennifer Lopez is mastering Miami style again — from the gym to dinner.
The star wore an all-white ensemble while attending a birthday dinner for her manager Benny Medina at Papi Steak with her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez in Miami. She paired her bodycon white dress with a matching bomber jacket and box-shaped top handle handbag from Tom Ford.
For shoes, Lopez opted for a pair of simple white ankle-strap sandals. She accessorized the ensemble with large hoop earrings and an Hermès bracelet, paired with a variety of stacked diamond tennis bracelets.
Earlier in the day, Lopez wore an equally chic, casual ensemble while heading to the gym with Rodriguez and her daughter, Emma.
For her workout commute, the multi-hyphenate styled a pair of statement black and nude lace leggings with a black tank and a similarly eye-catching pair of chunky black sneakers. The sneakers have a bright white, large platform with a lug sole. Combining more traditionally feminine and grungy details, Lopez has mastered the formula for creating a visually-appealing, high fashion gym outfit.
The singer and actress is starring in three fashion campaigns for spring ’20, including Coach, Guess and Versace. While it’s rare for a celebrity to front so many different brands in the same season, Lopez, 50, is arguably at the top of her game. “She’s unique and a megastar right now,” said Marc Beckman, founding partner and CEO of New York-based agency DMA United.
Hailey Bieber was spotted in a laidback ensemble on her way to a workout in Los Angeles this morning.
The 23-year-old model wore an oversized purple zip-up sweatshirt with bright blue pipe detailing around the collar. She styled the cozy outerwear with a pair of simple black leggings and wore her hair in a top bun.
Bieber opted for a pair of black Adidas Falcon sneakers. The shoes have a mesh and suede upper construction, a lightweight EVA midsole, and a chunky rubber outer sole. These ’90’s inspired running sneakers feature a stabilizing torsion system for foot support and a lace-up detailing across the front.
The brand’s sneakers appear to be a staple in the stylish supermodel’s wardrobe. Known for her effortlessly chic, street style looks, Bieber was recently spotted wearing her new Adidas x Ivy Park sneakers while strolling around Los Angeles. Throughout 2019, the 23-year-old frequently styling the brand’s white sneaker for daytime, ranging from pairing her Stan Smith with satin pajamas to stepping out in these retro pair of Adidas Ozweego sneakers which she wore with an oversized flannel.
While the model tends to frequently gravitate towards the same few brands, including Nike for her go-to Air Force One shoes, she seems to be fairly brand-agnostic when choosing sneakers.
Rarely are stars just like us, but in the case of Kaia Gerber, we might finally be inclined to agree. That’s because when it comes to personal style choices, Kaia’s proven to be someone we can relate to. The queen of keeping it casual, her off-duty attire is usually made up of basic denim, under-$100 sneakers, oversized blazers, and Reformation dresses.
Best of all, she’s a fan of re-wearing her favorite pieces. This celebrity Gen-Z teen could care less about committing fashion “faux-pas,” which is good news for us normies since it means her looks are that much more achievable.
Out of all the celebs we could pull style inspo from (and there’s plenty of good ones), Kaia may be the most realistic bet. Her personal style strikes the perfect balance of casual cool and is a lesson in how to dress down statement pieces with affordable basics. Ahead, we’ve broken down four of the model’s most effortless and attainable outfits.
It’s about that time of the year when I’m craving something new. It usually happens at the end of January, when all my favorite retailers start trickling out a bunch of exciting new-season pieces (fresh for spring yet easy enough to wear now)—altogether convincing me that my black-turtleneck-laden winter wardrobe needs a vital refresh.
So this week, I headed to some of my favorite stores—Nordstrom, & Other Stories, and H&M (all known for their trendy and affordable selection) to try on some of the coolest new arrivals of the season—and get my transitional winter-to-spring-wardrobe off to a chic start. Because I’m trying to save some serious pennies this year for a European getaway, I made sure to keep all my picks under $100. Twenty-one changes later and these 12 below officially made the cut.
Scroll below to see some of the pieces I took home with me, and if you’re so inclined, they may go home with you too.
The worst of winter has yet to come, but that doesn’t mean we don’t already have one eye on the upcoming season. It wasn’t too long ago that the S/S 20 runways gave us a taste of what’s to come. So to give ourselves a break from the dreaded puffer-coat slump, we’ve taken to daydreaming up a list of the pretty (and bold) prints that await us in a few months’ time. From fresh updates to a few favorites (polka dots and gingham) to far out florals evocative of your grandma’s chic ’70s-era wallpaper, these prints are poised to dominate our Instagram feeds.
Caution: Minimalists may want to look away. The following list is packed to the brim with eye-catching patterns and a kaleidoscope of colors not for the faint of heart. Read on to see the five prints we’re predicting every fashion girl will be wearing come spring.
If you study the wardrobes of the most stylish women around the world like I do every day for work, you start to notice a few patterns. There are a handful of key pieces that can be found in nearly every chic wardrobe—essentially the building blocks of elevated closets. Whether it be the perfect white T-shirt, an oversize blazer, or a rich camel-colored coat, these principal pieces are essentials in the arsenals of those with impeccable style. While browsing Nordstrom recently, I realized that all of said principal pieces can be found at the beloved retailer—most of which at reasonably affordable prices. Below, I’ve outlined each of the seven key pieces to a stylish wardrobe plus the best shopping options from Nordstrom in case your closet is missing any.
Many would argue that the 1970s is the decade we derive the most fashion inspiration from (’90s coming in a close second). Denim silhouettes, platform footwear, countless patterns, and one microtrend that seems to be making a comeback 50 years later: the disco collar. Achieving this technique is simply by leaving the collar on your button-down shirt over the lapel of your blazer or jacket, creating a double-layered effect. It has roots earlier than the ’70s but this is the time period it really reigned supreme.
Lately, the fashion editor and influencer crowd have taken a liking to this retro styling trick and the result feels fresh for 2020. Rather than replicating the look precisely as it was done way back when, take a glance at the roundup of throwback and current-day interpretations below to come up with your own winning combination for the months to come.