The Air Jordan 33 Low is scheduled to make its debut soon, and it’s the low-top iteration of the mid-top Air Jordan 33 model. Covered in a combination of White, Metallic Gold, and Gym Red, the sneaker’s mesh upper with FastFit tech and a new elastic strap on the midfoot are covered in white. Contrasting red trimming throughout, followed by FlightSpeed carbon fiber plate cushioning in the white/black/red midsole fitted with Zoom Air in the heel tops off the design.
Look for this new Air Jordan 33 Low SE at select Jordan Brand stores and online on April 4. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Nike VaporMax Gliese is a brand new iteration of the Air VaporMax in 2019, and it’s introduced in a clean white/black colorway with green accents. The sneaker sports a stylish upper with a black and white zebra-like mesh design that is made of leather overlays and mesh underlays. Details like a bold tongue tab that features “Nike Air” with mini Swooshes in green, followed by a white midsole, clear VaporMax sole and more green hits on the outsole completes the style.
Retailing for $190, look for this colorway of the Nike VaporMax Gliese at select Nike stores and online very soon. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Court Purple is a new silhouette that also gets the nickname, “Lakers” since the colorway matches the team’s colors. The sneaker’s leather upper with white used for its toe box and side panels are then contrasted with dark purple overlays. Bright purple is then seen on the trimming throughout, while university gold is applied on the Swooshes and collar area to complete the Lakers-inspired theme. But, the catch is when the sneakers are worn. The paint on the upper can be rubbed off and reveals a Chicago colorway underneath of red, black, and white.
The Nike Air Foamposite Pro is getting another new colorway for spring with this sleek Hyper Crimson edition. Similar to the 2012 Gym Green iteration, the sneaker’s molded foamposite upper is detailed with a color-shifting hue that looks like dark copper/bronze under regular lighting. Contrasting black is used for the Swooshes, eyestays, rubber sole, lining, laces and pull tabs, while the style is topped off with orange applied on the tongue and miniature Swooshes along the forefoot.
The “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” singer took to Instagram yesterday to share a sensual photo of herself lounging nude in green thigh-high boots.
In the image, the 26-year-old sports a pair of Current Mood Slime Time thigh-high boots. Featuring a chunky 4-inch heel, the boots have inside zipper enclosures and are made of a manmade material. While the shoes are now sold out, they initially retailed for $95 — making them an affordable choice.
Cyrus cuddles with a dog in the picture, which shows her relaxing in the desert on a white chaise lounge. Her hair is covered by a yellow and white checked bandana.
“Happy national puppy day you filthy animals ,” the “Hannah Montana” actress captioned the sultry photo.
The former Disney Channel star, who has more than 89 million Instagram followers, racked up over 1.1 million likes on the image.
In recent weeks, the “Party in the USA” hitmaker has been very active on social media, bombarding her pages with photos of herself.
On Friday, Cyrus posted another nearly naked snap, this time posing on a pool chair in a pale pink string bikini — and plenty of jewelry — while throwing a glass of water. In the image, the ex-child star wears rhinestone-covered platform ankle-strap sandals from Dolls Kill.
DJ Khaled was host of the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards last night — and he turned the evening into a family affair, bringing along wife Nicole Tuck and son Asahd.
Khaled and his family sported color-coordinated looks on the red carpet, rocking patterned shirts with black bottoms. The 43-year-old hitmaker wore a floral button-down shirt, while Tuck wore a logo’d Burberry top and Asahd sported a button-down emblazoned with the cartoon characters.
But the trio’s footwear was the undeniable highlight of their ensembles, with all three choosing sneakers in the same shade of slime green. The shoes — the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 “Volt” — feature the factory-style production that marks all products from designer Virgil Abloh’s buzzy line.
The signature event of the Kids’ Choice Awards is sliming — with famous stars aplenty getting covered in the sticky green goo.
This year’s show ended with Khaled getting slimed from head to toe, but he took the moment in stride, using it as an opportunity to promote his forthcoming album, “Father of Asahd.”
As he accepted an award for Favorite Butt-Kicker for his work on “Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom,” Chris Pratt also got covered in the sticky stuff. The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star took it in stride, posting a tongue-in-cheek Instagram about his sliming.
“Thanks @nickelodeon and all the kids who voted!!! I’m humbled and honored to be your kids choice awards favorite butt-kicker. Now it you’ll excuse me I’ve got slime to clean out from deep within my nostrils,” Pratt wrote.
Taylor Hill may be a Victoria’s Secret Angel, but she looked like a rock ‘n’ roll star as she stepped out to the Peppermint Club in West Hollywood, Calif. yesterday.
The 23-year-old stunned in form-fitting black leather skinny pants, which she teamed with an oversized gray AC/DC T-shirt. Battling the evening chill, Hill draped a leather jacket over her shoulders.
For footwear, the influencer selected edgy moto boots that pulled together her effortless rockstar-inspired look. The shoes featured buckle detailing at the ankles and rounded toes.
Hill accessorized with gold earrings and a series of rings. She wore her long brunette locks in loose waves cascading down her shoulders and opted for a low maintenance beauty look with no foundation.
The catwalker’s last public appearance came on March 12, when she attended the Victoria’s Secret “Tease Dream” fragrance launch in Los Angeles.
Hill went with a more dressed-up look for the occasion, suiting up in a semisheer Sally Lapointe two-piece set that was semisheer, revealing the outline of her bra underneath. The orange set was paired with pointy-toed stilettos in the same shade.
There are 16 Victoria’s Secret Angels now, with two new faces having been added in the past month: Alexina Graham and Barbara Palvin. Graham is a native of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, while Palvin has roots in Hungary.
Janelle Monae often steps out in pantsuits on the red carpet — and at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles last night, Monae ditched the pants in favor of a tuxedo jacket worn as a dress.
The singer made a statement on the red carpet in a black-and-white checked tuxedo jacket — worn buttoned up as a dress — from the Petar Petrov spring ’19 runway collection.
For shoes, the 33-year-old went with black and yellow ankle boots from Christian Louboutin. The booties featured a chunky heel, with crystal detailing at the ankle and Louboutin’s trademark red soles.
Monae’s chic look, pulled together with the help of stylish Alexandra Mandelkorn, was capped off with a wide-brimmed leather hat by YVY.
Also in attendance were the members of Migos, who made a fashionable entrance in coordinated looks from the fall ’19 Alyx Studio collection. Takeoff wore black, Offset wore red and Quavo wore tan. All three men sported their signature glasses and chains.
Elsewhere, Jennifer Hudson put the Nickelodeon colors right on her body, matching the orange carpet in a pair of fringed Hanifa trousers that retail for just $109. She paired the trendy trousers with a white top and boots with rhinestone-studded heels.
Rounding out the pack was Kiernan Shipka. The “Mad Men” alum looked chic in a Miu Miu dress with cut-out detailing at the midriff and a bow at the waist. Shipka wore black block-heeled pumps on her feet and pulled her blond locks into a sleek updo.
The tennis star was forced to withdraw from the tournament today due to a previously undisclosed knee injury.
Williams has won the Miami Open eight times, with the most recent victory coming in 2015. The Nike-sponsored athlete would have played the Chinese star Wang Qiang, the No. 19 seed, had she remained in tournament play.
“I am disappointed to withdraw from the Miami Open due to a left knee injury…It was an amazing experience to play at the Hard Rock Stadium this year and would like to thank the Miami Open for putting on an amazing event,” Williams stated. “I hope to be back next year to play at this one-of-a-kind tournament in front of the incredible fans here in Miami.”
The 23-time grand slam champ’s exit was unexpected, as she showed no signs of injury during her first-round match against Rebecca Peterson. Women’s Tennis Association had no information on how she became injured, either.
While Williams’ exit is the biggest news to come out of Miami, the 37-year-old is not the only big name to be out early.
Naomi Osaka — currently ranked No. 1 globally after winning this year’s Australian Open — fell in the round of 32 to Taiwan’s Hsieh Su-Wei, going down 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-3. The 21-year-old’s rank could be in jeopardy depending on who wins the tournament.
Roger Federer came to close to a second-round exit after losing his first set to Radu Albot but came back to win 4-6, 7-5, 6-3.
The results are in from the Los Angeles Marathon — and it was by no means an easy contest as Elisha Barno and Askale Merachi claimed the top spots in the men’s and women’s contests, respectively.
Barno’s race was the more dramatic of the two, coming down to the final stretch as just barely outran fellow Kenyan John Korir (Barno’s time was 2:11:45.52, while Korir came in at 2:11:52.29). Mexican runner Juan Luis Barrios notched the third place slot (2:11.59.45).
Kenya’s Weldon Kirui recorded wins at the LA Marathon in both 2017 and 2018 — and he sought to become the first to win three titles at the annual event. Kirui came up short today, however, posting a time of 2:13:24.11 for a fifth place finish. He was forced in turn to pass his title over to Barno.
While women’s winner Merachi created more separation between herself and the other contestants, her race was not without its share of excitement: The Ethiopian athlete set a new course record with her time of 2:24:11. Cynthia Jerop and Lucy Karimi, both of Kenya, took the second and third spots, ending the day with times of 2:25:54.41 and 2:26:15.42, respectively.
The Los Angeles Laker sparked rumors of a move to the Swoosh with an Instagram posted yesterday.
The post shows an image of the 21-year-old from the waist up, with text reading “It’s only a crazy dream until you do it” in a similar font to that used by Nike in its “Just Do It” 30th anniversary campaign.
The photo’s caption — Moving on to bigger and better #MyOwnMan — also had fans wondering if a partnership between Nike and Ball could be in the works.
Ball went a nontraditional route as a rookie, choosing to sign with his father’s brand, the Big Baller Brand, rather than a big name like Nike or Adidas. The first-rounder’s father, the outspoken LaVar, had advocated for what would have been an unprecedented sponsorship deal, with a generous profit split and signature shoe in Ball’s rookie season.
Ultimately, no brand could meet the Balls’ terms, and the younger Ball stuck with his father’s BBB. But the cryptic post comes amid trouble in Big Baller Brand camp.
On March 22, Lonzo Ball revealed that he had severed ties with BBB co-founder Alan Foster, whom he accused of stealing $1.5 million from his business and personal accounts.
The basketball star claimed in an interview with ESPN that Foster had “used his access to my business and personal finances to enrich himself. As a result, I have decided to sever all ties with Alan, effective immediately.”
In the same ESPN piece, Ball revealed that the Lakers had expressed concern about his BBB sneakers. The team reportedly questioned whether the basketballer’s injuries were a direct result of his footwear.
“Yeah, they talked to me,” he said. “They asked me about it, and I told ’em, ‘I feel comfortable. If I wasn’t comfortable, I wouldn’t play in ’em. If I didn’t play in [his signature BBB shoes], I’d play in Kobe [Bryant’s signature Nike shoe]. I work out in [LeBron James’ signature Nike shoe], but that’s because they’re heavier.”
Whether they’re brand-new labels that have just landed on the fashion scene or up-and-coming brands that are beginning to become household names, I always have my eye on emerging designers. Very often, I’m reporting on them for Who What Wear—sharing with readers which labels on the fashion scene are the must-knows at the moment. In addition to writing about the fashion brands, I’m testing driving them for myself, and there are some that always garner compliments.
Which fashion brands are they? They’re as varied as the pieces they design. It comes down to labels with inventive silhouettes that make a statement, original prints that feel unique, and forward brands that are shaping the trends. From designers based everywhere from Paris and L.A. to Copenhagen and Budapest, these are the seven fashion designers are fit in perfectly with my personal style—ones I always recommend to Who What Wear readers as well as my friends. Go on to shop my picks from each brand.
Confession: I get more excited by the idea of making a few affordable purchases rather than saving up for one bigger investment piece. While I definitely advise both kinds of shopping, I can’t deny how fun it is to purchase a cheap thrill that can quickly refresh my wardrobe without totally throwing off my budget. Being able to order a cute new topand take myself out to dinner? It’s a win-win in my book.
But you’re all fashion people like me, so I bet you understand how time-consuming it can be to scroll through all your favorite affordable retailers in search of the best under-$100 clothing, bags, shoes, and accessories to shop. Fret not, dear shopper, as I’ve scoured the World Wide Web from top to bottom and found 33 affordable fashion buys that I’m crowning the best of the internet. From the festive sandals on offer at Mango to the cutest mini bags at Topshop and the best shoes from Zara, keep scrolling to shop the ultimate fast-fashion edit.
There’s a lot to love about high-end makeup: the luxurious packaging; the chic look of those brand-name palettes and tubes sitting on your vanity; the trend-forward, high-quality shades and formulations. Of course, not all pricey makeup lives up to its price tag, but for makeup gurus on a budget, it can be significantly more challenging to find cheap products that re-create the high-end feel of more expensive favorites.
Here at Who What Wear Beauty, we’ve put our makeup snobbery to good use, holding under-$20 products to the same standard as the highest-end foundations, blushes, mascaras, and more that we try. The result? This list of 15 cheap makeup products—both brand-new launches and tried-and-true classics—that cost as little as $1 apiece but feel expensive thanks to their packaging, color payoff, staying power, and shade selection. Keep scrolling to see our picks.
Truth be told, I sometimes get angry (relatively speaking) when I pop over to Zara’s site for one piece to put in a story and discover that it has what seems like thousands of brand-new arrivals that I can’t help but spend the next 20 minutes scrolling through. But shopping is my job, so I always power through (tough gig, I know) in search of all the hidden gems that are worth calling to our Zara-loving readers’ attention.
It never ceases to shock and amaze me how many stellar under-$50 pieces Zara always has in stock, and those are often the ones I choose to buy (because, cheap thrills). Among the current inventory, I found leather sandals that made my jaw drop, tons of special dresses, expensive-looking accessories, and so much more. So before you fall into a Zara rabbit hole, scroll through this story to shop the under-$50 Zara pieces I’d buy right now.
In case you’re new to this, today I’ll be rounding up my favorite items of the moment with more of a personal spin than your usual shopping story. These special selects are the pieces I’ve been loving not only online but IRL too. With a little help from my shopping-focused Instagram account, @trustmebuythis, where I share my own snaps of items I’m into at the moment, I get to both show and tell you what I’m really wearing this month.
So what’s on the docket today? All things spring! From outfits to accessories, expect a mix of trends, classics, new pieces, repeat offenders, a few too many shoes, and, of course, a mix of high-end investment pieces and budget-friendly steals I think you’ll love. Ready to shop? Simply scroll down to see and read about my picks.
Lingerie can be a lot of things—necessary, sexy, delicate, strong, beautiful—but what it certainly is not is the sum of its misconceptions. Openly talking about lingerie is not something most women are comfortable with, and because of that, a whole circle of “lies” has developed around the topic, further pushing women into their holes of uncertainty and intimidation when it comes to their underpinnings. Suddenly, they find themselves too intimidated to ask questions, chained to their ideas of what lingerie even is, and imprisoned by the picture of their body they’ve painted in their head. The only way to break free of these negative connotations is to read this article. Okay, I’m only joking, but the lingerie experts ahead have many feelings about these misconceptions surrounding lingerie and today, they’re here to officially squash them.
Today, you’ll be hearing from Sandra Rose, VP merchandising and brand at Journelle, and the lovely team from Addition Elle as they reveal the nine biggest lies everyone is telling you about lingerie. From sizing to silhouettes, there’s a lie in here that will resonate with each and every one of you—I’m sure of it. After reading (and shopping) these expert tips on what lingerie actually is and how this can apply to your own negligee drawer, your lingerie life will be smooth sailing.
I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: My style is simple, but I like to think that doesn’t equate to boring. I still love statement pieces and a wide range of brands, and I even surprise myself from time to time with an out-there outfit idea, but when it comes to my day-to-day look, I like to keep it pretty minimal and classic. It’s funny, though, as it relates to today’s story, because those two adjectives aren’t exactly what come to mind when you think of street style, which, with each new season becomes more and more exaggerated, out-there, and over the top. However, I’ve realized that if you look closely enough, there are still a handful of showgoers who skip the many, many statement pieces and deliver simply good outfits composed mostly of basics. Don’t believe me? Just keep scrolling to see (and shop) nine street style outfits that even those with minimal style won’t be able to help but love.
From the barely there bikini bottoms celebs like Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski can’t stop ’gramming to the classic print that’s having a major comeback this summer, these are the styles celebs are endorsing while posing on vacation and making Barbie feet the biggest Instagram pose of the summer. Keep reading to see and shop the coolest swim trends, according to celebs.
Lilimar was joined by her Knight Squad co-stars Owen Joyner, Daniella Perkins, Savannah May, and Lexi DiBenedetto at the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday at the Galen Center in Los Angeles.
Lilimar Hernandez on the orange carpet at the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards at the Galen Center in Los Angeles on March 23, 2019
The 18-year-old American actress wore a lilac virgin wool tailored blazer from House Of Holland ($671 at Farfetch) paired with matching pants from the same brand featuring a mid rise, a concealed front fastening, a straight leg, side pockets, and a back pocket ($482 at Farfetch).
Lilimar Hernandez’ lilac virgin wool tailored blazer from House Of Holland
She completed her look with a Helmut Lang shirt and hoop pierced earrings from Swarovski. Lilimar Hernandez showed off her sexy feet in Danceria 2 wall heel sandals from Jeffrey Campbell ($124.95 at Nordstrom).
Lilimar Hernandez showed off her sexy feet in Danceria 2 wall heel sandals from Jeffrey Campbell
Danceria 2 Wall Heel Sandals, $124.95 at Nordstrom
A sharply blunted toe and a perfectly flat wall heel bring smart geometries to a sandal styled to angle up the look of any ensemble at any occasion.
Isabela Moner showed off her sexy feet in crystal-embellished heels while presenting the new trailer for “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” with Michael Pena and Eugenio Derbe during the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards held on Saturday at the Galen Center in Los Angeles.
Isabela Moner’s pink collard silk top at the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards held at the Galen Center in Los Angeles on March 23, 2019
The 17-year-old American actress and singer flaunted her legs in a pink collard silk top from the Esteban Cortazar Spring 2019 Collection with a shimmery pink side ruffle mini skirt from the same designer.
Isabela Moner flaunted her hot legs in a shimmery pink side ruffle mini skirt
Isabela completed her look with center part tresses, glittering jewelry, and silver-tone leather crystal embellished sandals from Gianvito Rossi’s father that you can buy at Farfetch for $723.
Isabela Moner’s sexy feet in crystal-embellished sandals
An adaptation/continuation of Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer, Dora and the Lost City of Gold is an upcoming American adventure film directed by James Bobin that also stars Eva Longoria, Danny Trejo, and Benicio del Toro.
Isabela Moner’s center part tresses and smokey eyes
Looking closer, this pair comes dressed in a Parachute Beige, Ale Brown and Black color combination. Highlighted with Desert Camo across the canvas upper while Black lands on the leather Swoosh logo and heel. Following we have White running across the midsole while Black lands on the outsole to complete the look.
Continue to scroll below to check out more images of this SB Blazer Low Canvas which will give you a closer look. For those wanting to purchase, they are expected to release soon at select retailers including online at Nike.com. Retail price is set at $75.
Perfect for Spring, Nike is releasing a new color options of the Air Force 1 and for the occasion they have covered it with Laser Fuchsia.
More specific, this Nike Air Force 1 Low comes dressed in a Laser Fuchsia and Summit White color combination. Highlighted with Pink leather across the upper which is paired with tonal branding. Following we have a translucent heel tab and Summit White across the midsole and outsole to finish the look.
While this Air Force 1 has started to release at select retailers overseas, a stateside launch is expected to debut soon at select retailers and online at Nike.com. Once available the retail price is set at $90. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will give you a closer look.
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 ’07 Essential Color: Laser Fuchsia/Summit White-Laser Fuchsia-Laser Fuchsia Style Number: AO2132-600 Price: $90
April will have a few color options of the adidas Nite Jogger arriving at retailers and one of those will come in ‘Core Black’.
As you can see this pair features Core Black throughout. In addition they feature mesh and nylon ripstop across the upper while suede lands on the overlays. In addition we have Black used once again, this time on the Boost midsole and rubber outsole.
adidas Nite Jogger Core Black Release Date
You can expect the adidas Nite Jogger ‘Core Black’ to release at select retailers and online at adidas.com on April 11th. Retail price is set at $130. Below you can see more images for a closer look.
Upgrading the 70s runner, adidas presented the I-5923. One of the upcoming color options releasing comes dressed in a Yellow and Black color theme.
Looking closer it features Yellow mesh across the upper while suede wraps the toe and heel. In addition we have Black applied to the Three Stripes branding while White runs across the Boost midsole. Completing the look is a Gum rubber outsole.
At the time of writing, a release date for this I-5923 has yet to be announced however you can expect them to arrive at select retailers and online at adidas.com soon. Retail price is set at $130. Below you can check out more photos for a closer look.