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Here’s How Much Everything From Adidas’ Yeezy Season 1 Apparel Collection Will Cost

words // Nick DePaula:

When Kanye West first announced that he’d be joining forces with adidas, of course there was interest, intrigue and curiosity leading up to the eventual launch of his first two footwear silhouettes, the polarizing high-top Yeezy Boost 750 and the much more casually adoptable Yeezy Boost 350.

The continuation of Yeezy sneakers was something fans of Kanye’s were excited about all along, but the true point of differentiation for the highly publicized partnership would be an eventual launch of a full apparel collection, all designed and controlled by Kanye. It would appear we’re near that time, as a Yeezy Season 1 editorial was recently published in Japanese style magazine Sense.

The editorial includes full Season 1 style names and pricing information — which, to put it lightly — is a bit startling at first sight. It’s not often you see “Destroyed Sweater” and “$ 2260” on the same line. The lone new footwear for this season is the Yeezy 950, a lug-outsole duckboot priced at $ 510.

It’s worth pointing out that the converted US prices listed below aren’t confirmed by adidas, and may be fluctuating some by the time of the collection’s impending launch this fall. For example, the Yeezy Boost 350 are priced at $ 250 using your standard exchange rate calculator, even though they clearly retailed stateside for only a mere $ 200.

Check out the full assortment of Yeezy Season 1 apparel and footwear below, and let us know your thoughts on the pricing on Twitter. Stay tuned for confirmed and official pricing and launch dates.

Camo T-Shirt: ¥25,000 JPY (Approx. $ 210 USD)
SFT Sweat Pant: ¥60,000 JPY (Approx. $ 500 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Vest 1: ¥123,000 JPY (Approx. $ 1,025 USD)
Hooded Jacket: ¥204,500 JPY (Approx. $ 1,700 USD)
Long Sleeve Crew: ¥52,000 JPY (Approx. $ 430 USD)
SFT Long John Pant: ¥57,500 JPY (Approx. $ 480 USD)

Coat: No Pricing Information (Heads up: A lot)
Undestroyed Sweater ¥163,500 JPY (Approx. $ 1,360 USD)
Tab Bottom Pant: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Destroyed Sweater ¥272,500 JPY (Approx. $ 2,260 USD)
FJ 3/4 Short ¥41,000 JPY (Approx. $ 340 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Long Fur Coat: ¥368,000 JPY (Approx. $ 3,060 USD)
Jersey Tank: ¥19,500 JPY (Approx. $ 160 USD)
Tab Bottom Pant: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Coach Jacket: ¥259,000 JPY (Approx. $ 2,150 USD)
Long Sleeve Crew: ¥52,000 JPY (Approx. $ 430 USD)
SFT Long John Pant: ¥57,500 JPY (Approx. $ 480 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Thin Camo Jacket: ¥170,500 JPY (Approx. $ 1,420 USD)
Jersey Tank: ¥19,500 JPY (Approx. $ 160 USD)
Boucle Pant: ¥123,000 JPY (Approx. $ 1,025 USD)

Camo Trenchcoat: ¥300,000 JPY (Approx. $ 2,500 USD)
Thermal Long Sleeve: ¥42,500 JPY (Approx. $ 350 USD)
FJ Sweatpant: ¥49,500 JPY (Approx. $ 410 USD)

Vest 1: ¥23,000 JPY (Approx. $ 190 USD)
Basic hoodie: ¥57,500 JPY (Approx. $ 477 USD)
Long Sleeve Crew: ¥52,000 JPY (Approx. $ 431 USD)
SFT Long John Pant: ¥57,500 JPY (Approx. $ 477 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Long Shearling: ¥477,000 JPY (Approx. $ 3,958 USD)
Undestroyed Sweater: ¥163,500 JPY (Approx. $ 1,356 USD)
Tab Bottom Pant: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)
Yeezy Boost 750: ¥42,180 JPY (Approx. $ 350 USD)

Thin Camo Jacket: ¥170,500 JPY (Approx. $ 1,415 USD)
Jersey Tank: ¥19,500 JPY (Approx. $ 162 USD)
Boucle Pants: ¥123,000 JPY (Approx. $ 1,020 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Thermal Tee: ¥35,500 JPY (Approx. $ 295 USD)
Jersey Tank: ¥19,500 JPY (Approx. $ 162 USD)
Supply Shorts: ¥44,000 JPY (Approx. $ 365 USD)

Short Sleeve Crew: ¥48,000 JPY (Approx. $ 398 USD)
Long Sleeve Crew: ¥52,000 JPY (Approx. $ 431 USD)
Worker Pant: ¥52,000 JPY (Approx. $ 431 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Quilted Camo Jacket: ¥231,500 JPY (Approx. $ 1,921 USD)
Long Sleeve Crew: ¥52,000 JPY (Approx. $ 431 USD)
SFT Sweat Pant: ¥60,000 JPY (Approx. $ 498 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

Camo Trenchcoat: ¥300,000 JPY (Approx. $ 2,490 USD)
Thermal Long Sleeve: ¥42,000 JPY (Approx. $ 348 USD)
FJ Sweatpant: ¥49,500 JPY (Approx. $ 410 USD)
Yeezy Boost 350: ¥30,125 JPY (Approx. $ 250 USD)

Nylon Bomber: ¥218,000 JPY (Approx. $ 1,809 USD)
Thermal Tank: ¥37,000 JPY (Approx. $ 307 USD)
FJ Sweat Pants: ¥49,500 JPY (Approx. $ 410 USD)
Yeezy 950: ¥61,500 JPY (Approx. $ 510 USD)

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The 10 Hottest Moments From Bella Hadid’s GQ Photo Shoot

The 10 Hottest Moments From Bella Hadid’s GQ Photo Shoot


A Good Look at Kanye’s “Beige” adidas Yeezy Boost 350s from the MTV VMAs

Last night at the 2015 MTV VMAs, Video Vanguard recipient Kanye West made a splash with his sneaks and his speech, breaking out a “Beige” take on his adidas Yeezy Boost 350 on the red carpet and the big stage.

Following up an all-white colorway debuted at recently signed adidas athlete James Harden’s birthday party, this tan take is as neutral as it gets, sporting the same styling of previous 350 Boosts but remaining calm in color blocking.

At the moment, there is no information regarding a release of this colorway, but as we’ve seen in the past, most colorways worn by Kanye eventually hit the market. Peep detailed shots of Mr. West wearing the “Beige” adidas Yeezy Boost 350 in the photos from the VMAs below.

RELATED: Celebrity Sneaker Stalker Spotlight // Kanye West Music Videos

Kanye West adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Beige Tan

Kanye West adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Beige Tan

Kanye West adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Beige Tan

Kanye West adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Beige Tan

Kanye West adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Beige Tan

Kanye West adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Beige Tan

Photos by Jason Merritt, Frazer Harrison & Larry Busacca for Getty Images via Zimbio


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The Best Sneakers From The 2015 NBA Rookie Photo Shoot | Kicks On Court

Every summer, the NBA rounds up its recently drafted rookies for an annual full day of photos and interviews as the league’s newest players prep for their debut season.

Headlined by top overall picks and newly signed Nike endorsers Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell, this year’s shoot included a humongous all white backdrop for player poses, which was way cooler than when they had the 2012 class doing random poses in the middle of a field.

From a sneaker standpoint, we also saw newly signed adidas endorsers Justise Winslow and Kelly Oubre Jr wearing the new Crazy Light Boost 2015, Jerian Grant broke out the “F&F” Under Armour Curry One Low, and the best sighting goes to Celtics’ rook Terry Rozier, who turned back the clock and wore the red suede Air Jordan XX1.

Check out all of the best sneakers from yesterday’s NBA Rookie Photo Shoot below.

(Lottery picks Stanley Johnson and Mario Hezonja were both not in attendance.)

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Karl-Anthony Towns — Nike Hyperfuse 20142 nba-rookie-shoot_1q1x22cl5g3231s3nfgbkpxn8b
D’Angelo Russell — Nike Air Flight Huarache “Kobe”3 photo
Jahlil Okafor — Air Jordan Retro 64 photo (5)
Kristaps Porzingis — Nike Kobe 9 Elite6 2a19248f-7779-3012-8dc5-6e50915710cb6 nba-rookie-shoot_s4ew3bf2wv8317b6uje634w2f
Willie Cauley-Stein — Nike Zoom KD 87 nba-rookie-shoot_18ifijyjfd0ci1bgomhsozd4hg
Emmanuel Mudiay — Under Armour ClutchFit Drive 2 Low9 16bf43f4-c8e6-3e6a-8568-1b4dad8aa926
Frank Kaminsky — Nike HyperRev 2015 10 nba-rookie-shoot_1rr79xmk30iw8121ou40dsd4gj
Justise Winslow — adidas Crazy Light Boost 2015 Low10 photo (1)
Justise Winslow — adidas Top Ten 2000 Retro11 nba-rookie-shoot_p185ccv1ye5q1ts5arfed4bc3

Rakeem Christmas — Nike Kobe X
Joe Young — Air Jordan Retro 4
Myles Turner — Nike KD 7 Elite12 7cc4571d-fa89-3076-8a8e-a58b561b3729 Trey Lyles — Nike Kobe X Elite 13 204f8182-998d-384c-8bc4-413ee2b04bb813 68521797-9877-3c14-bb06-f343dd4a18b8
Devin Booker — Air Jordan Retro 6 Low14 5961400b-0f05-32c6-8b32-85058d29deae

Cameron Payne — Air Jordan Retro 11 Low
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Kelly Oubre Jr — adidas Crazy Light Boost 2015 Low

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Terry Rozier — Air Jordan XX1  17 nba-rookie-shoot_15x47aabhdugk10rbl8986sjuf
Rashad Vaughn — Air Jordan Retro 1118 6e2dfc25-ce45-30a8-92d6-385aab72671c

Sam Dekker — Nike Kobe X19 nba-rookie-shoot_5oicqsv1gsx91wt2znkknul97
Jerian Grant — Under Armour Curry One Low “F&F” 20 75e7df10-03ce-3087-b0c9-cb9a3e574561
Delon Wright — Air Jordan Retro 11 Low22 1d504a21-02ed-3f06-9b7d-d0a9d4cd7687
Bobby Portis — Air Jordan Retro 2023 nba-rookie-shoot_alsg5svj1bd718mcqc19k1zn1
Chris McCullough — Nike Kobe X
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson — Air Jordan Retro 124 28875657-a8e1-3522-9fea-4ab9911c84ac
Tyus Jones — Air Jordan Retro 11 Low25 17c76593-6288-3c63-b227-385602dfb1b8
Jarell Martin — Nike Zoom Run The One30 IMG_0868-1
Kevon Looney — adidas Crazy 1 Retro32 07c94188-1acf-3524-806b-2e7dcc7b1a5e
Montrezl Harrel — Nike KD 741 nba-rookie-shoot_1qja3toemh2me17n1li9plalaw
Pat Connaughton — Under Armour Curry One48 691afc54-92a4-3957-b223-690227f75713
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Dakari Johnson — Air Jordan Retro 2 “Don C”

16 nba-rookie-shoot_bnizsdljmkop13wboz5rri9ggRJ Hunter — Air Jordan Retro 11 IE
Jordan Mickey — Air Jordan Retro 5
Terry Rozier — Air Jordan XX1


You May Know Me from Such Roles as Terrorist #4You’ve…

You May Know Me from Such Roles as Terrorist #4

You’ve heard of actors getting typecast. But there is no group more slighted, more narrowly cast, than the Muslim-American actors who earn virtually their entire livings pretending to hijack planes and slaughter infidels. Jon Ronson embarks on a soul-searching odyssey with the bad guys of Homeland, American Sniper, and 24.

Photo by Peter Yang. 


Help Fund the New DJ AM Documentary by Purchasing Classic Kicks from His Personal Collection

When it comes to musical talents with an ill assortment of kicks, it didn’t get much better than DJ AM. A fixture in footwear long before Celebrity Sneaker Stalker was even an idea, the DJ by the birth name of Adam Goldstein was known to crush a party or a red carpet while stepping out in vintage Jordans or overseas Air Maxes.

A true talent that was ahead of his time but unfortunately left this earth too early, his life and his career are being honored and profiled in As I Am: The Life and Time$ of DJ AM. Known to mix all genres of music with incredible ease, the documentary needs help in raising money to clear all the listening rights to said songs. By donating to the doc or buying a pair of kicks from his personal collection (we’re talking ’99 Air Jordan 4s and “Pigeon” Dunks) you can help get this incredible story to fans worldwide. Click here to learn more about the doc and for access to scoring sneakers from his incredible collection.


Portraits From Skid RowPhotographer Pieter Hugo spends 10 days…

Portraits From Skid Row

Photographer Pieter Hugo spends 10 days photographing the anonymous homeless people of L.A. (See more photos here.)


The Hottest Moments from Charlotte McKinney’s GQ Photo ShootSee…

The Hottest Moments from Charlotte McKinney’s GQ Photo Shoot

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