This is how a man’s closet should look.
This is how a man’s closet should look.
Showcased previously, we now have a closer look at the much-anticipated Vans Vault collaboration release with Japanese military-inspired label WTAPS. With a strong use of tones, each shoe is constructed of canvas and suede in a palette of colors ranging, specifically on the Sk8-His, from navy and black to brown and khaki. The Chukka boots are more subtle with a simplistic monotone suede, while the Slip-Ons hold the most striking combination of both a navy with grey blue upper and a royal blue with opposing red inner. Insight also reveals that the shoes have been constructed entirely in the U.S. All three models will release alongside some yet-to-be-seen apparel sometime in August with prices of ¥12,600 JPY for the Chukkas and Slip-Ons, and ¥14,700 JPY for the Sk8-His (approximately $ 129 USD and $ 151 USD, respectively) at all WTAPS retailers (including GIP-STORE), Vans Vault dealers and select Ron Herman shops.
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Inspired by contemporary martial arts, the human physique, and modern technical apparel, adidas’ SLVR line strikes the delicate balance between form and function so treasured within modern urban life. In keeping with this, SLVR unleashed the CL-Primeknit to the public, introducing a lightweight, flexible support system that cradles the foot within a sleek, lightweight design. Part-tennis shoe á la the adidas Campus, part-performance runner, the CL-Primeknit seems the perfect accompaniment to active summer days and evenings. We were able to take an in-depth look at the silhouette, which reveals the intricate weave of the black/white upper, the sporty sunken lines of the outer sole, and the impressive tongue detail. Enjoy a further look at the shoe above.
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First previewed by DJ Clark Kent, we get another look at the Nike SB Blazer Mid “Neckface”. A bright yellow base features the names of the Nike Skateboarding team in artist Neckface’s renowned black font. Yellow leaks onto to the laces, mesh tongue and lining, and suede heel tab. A white Swoosh matches a white midsole for a contrasting finish. The “Neckface” Blazer will release in correlation with Nike’s “The SB Chronicles – Vol. 2” video.
The ‘80s invades 2013 with the adidas Consortium Superstar 80s “Back in the Day” Pack. As a nod to the New York graffiti and hip hop scene during that time, the classic model is upgraded with grey nubuck and colorful spotted snakeskin print. Each colorway comes with alternate matching laces, and feature the customary Consortium woven label on the tongue. The adidas Superstar 80s “Back in the Day” Pack will be available on Saturday, June 8 at select locations, including End.
This week Nicki Minaj officially said goodbye to her judging gig on “American Idol,” (as did Mariah Carey) but at least the YMCMB rapper can look back on the season with fond memories. Some of Nicki’s best moments found her doting on contestants with oddball nicknames, almost storming off set in protest, calling Mariah Carey “sir” and even offering her a Q-Tip onstage.
Those Crazy Nicknames
Though some people criticized Nicki for her decision to accept the “Idol” judging gig, it was clear from the start that she was the most entertaining figure on the panel. Every week she blessed contestants with stranger and stranger nicknames (see: “Gumby,” “Finger Licking Good” and “Ladybug”) which spawned the trending hashtag #NickiNickNames for a bit.
Showing Up Late, Then Dishing About Waffles
Showing up late to work is never a good look, but if you’re Nicki and traffic gets you stuck running behind–when you do show up, just talk about waffles a lot. “Sometimes when I wake up everyday…if I’m not working I’ll eat waffles, like, buttermilk waffles, and then I’ll have to have Aunt Jemima buttermilk syrup on it. I’ll toast it—but then I never burn it—I’ll put in the microwave and then warm it up a little bit, and that’s what that performance felt like to me.”
Almost Walking Off Set In Protest
Sometimes, no one understands you, and in that case threatening to leave if one of your favorite contestants gets voted off is the way to go.
Telling Mariah Carey To ‘Simmer Down, Sir.”
Mariah and Nicki continued to bicker for almost the entirety of the season, and in one of our favorite moments the YMCMB rapper tries to get the singer to take a down a notch by asking her to “simmer down, sir.”
Offering Mariah Carey A Q-tip
“Simmer down, sir” didn’t get through to Mariah Carey clearly enough, so next Nicki offered her a Q-tip to “clean them ears out.”
Bringing Drake to “American Idol”
“Idol” contestant Candice Glover was open and honest about her love for Drake, even covering one of his songs on the show, so Nicki did her a solid by asking the Toronto rapper to show up for a quick cameo, which sent her through the roof.
For today’s From the Vault Friday edition of Live Look, we’re breaking out the White/Orange Blaze-Silver Air Jordan 8s from 2007. Featuring 3M on the upper and a mix of tumbled and perforated leather, these 8s are a perfect summer throwback. Do you have this Air Jordan 8 in your collection? Check out the video and let us know your thoughts on this pair in the comments.
Watch the Air Jordan 8 White/Orange Blaze-Silver on YouTube.
Starring in the “Sunset” Pack, the Nike Air Max 95 EM takes on a gradient finish just in time for the summer. Orange and yellow hues illuminate the engineered mesh upper, with strategically placed perforations adding identity and breathability. See the Nike Air Max 95 EM “Sunset” in detail in today’s Live Look.
Watch the Nike Air Max 95 EM “Sunset” on YouTube.