The collection includes a selection of cozy hoodies and T-shirts sporting the GOLF Le FLEUR* logo, as well as three renditions of the cute Converse One Star kicks coming in pink, blue and green colorways. Following the success of the rapper’s previous Converse collaboration, these pieces are guaranteed to fly off the shelves. The full collection drops over at HBX at 9 a.m EST, and retail between $36 and $98 USD.
Going into today’s show in Paris, everyone in the industry was well aware of Kim Jones’s imminent departure from Louis Vuitton. For his final farewell, the designer brought out a stunningly colorful and beautifully mixed Fall/Winter 2018 that shows just how much streetwear influence he’s brought to the brand since joining seven years ago. He also said in an Instagram post that the collection was “really a thank you and reference to @themarcjacobs early 2000s Vuitton and the fact that he was the one that gave me the opportunity to be @louisvuitton love you all xxx.”
Pattern-filled blues and greys are meshed together onto tops and bottoms before transitioning into more earthy hues like olive and brown as well as neons like yellow and orange. A blend of traditional suiting and oversized coats are paired with a variety of tailored and loose-fitting pants and this season’s boots offerings. The collection moves onto more darker hues towards the end with blues, purples and the traditional Louis Vuitton brown flaunted on suits, trench coats and more. Select pieces also featured floral motifs and the accessories were all elaborately matched, consisting of embossed carrying bags, sling bags and backpacks.
Standout pieces include a patterned shorts and tights combination in blues, a branded LV v-neck sports jersey, a distressed and bleached looking military coat, a “Peace and Love” graphic crewneck, floral leather jacket, Monogram shorts, and ice blue sling bag. The highlight of the show was definitely the full LV Monogram raincoats worn by supermodels Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.
The brand’s new capsule features strong outerwear pieces and colorful prints, alongside a range of more understated pieces. Some of the collection’s key pieces include a coat in pink leopard print, a yellow workwear-influenced jacket and a black Noon Goons-branded varsity jacket.
Atlanta Robbin’ Season, the next season of the acclaimed and award-winning comedy series, will premiere on FX on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 10 pm ET/PT. In Atlanta Robbin’ Season, two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families.
Family. Honor. Trust. This is how it begins. From Executive Producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and G-Unit Film & Television, The Oath is coming March 8th.
Part one and two on Tuesday, February 20th at 10 p.m. ET. BET
The nine shoe collection honors the legendary Martin Luther King Jr. and inspiring black athletes both past and present. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High features Carmelo Anthony‘s PE logo on the tongue tab; the Air Force 1 Low honors MLK and his historic “I have a dream” speech; the LeBron 15 commemorates King James‘s speech on sports and equality on July 13, 2016; the Nike KD 10 salutes Kevin Durant‘s MVP speech; the Kyrie 4 doesn’t feature a date as Kyrie Irving aims to focus on the future; the Nike Mercurial Vapor XI will be worn by Kevin-Prince Boatend and Dani Alves. These models will launch on January 15.
The Air Jordan 1 Flyknit honors the day Michael Jordan was rewarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on November 22, 2016; the Air Force 1 High boasts the first-ever print design on the silhouette; the VaporMax features the date August 20, 1993, the day Gail Devers broke the IAAF record for 100-meter run. These models will release on February 1.
American rapper Fredo Santana , born Derrick Coleman, has died at the age of 27. Record producer Maxo Kream reported the news on Instagram, stating “I’m lost for words right now.”
Last year, Santana revealed some very serious health issues he had been struggling with including his battle with kidney and liver failure, which had placed him in the hospital. The Chicago-born rapper is most recognized for his appearance in Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” video.