More fashion people in Nikes.
Oh yeah, first pic is none other than Phoebe Philo (designer for Céline and Nike addicted). Eat your heart out haters!
Kanye West’s style evolution during the last couple of years (click on the above image to see it bigger).
From right (oldest) to left (up-to-date):
1: “Louis Vuitton Don” phase, when he decided it was high time to step his fashion game up.
2: “I wear Women shirt” phase, when he decided wearing Céline design, even from the women line, was being avant-gardist
3 to 5: “All black Givenchy everything” phase, when he managed to get acquainted with Riccardo Tisci, the designer himself being inspired by rap, dark side of the force and religion at the time.
6 & 7: Are we entering an “All white 3.1 Phillip Lim” phase? Kanye West was in head-to-toe white for BET Awards yesterday and we still don’t know if it was some irony trick since it’s an “all black” event (B.E.T standing for Black Entertainment Television). Wait and see…
It does no harm just this once, Vogue US, in its June 2012 issue’s “Get Your Kicks” editorial, focused on what has been associated with urban culture and streetwear for too long: sneakers!
Shot by Craig McDean, Arizona Muse shows girls you can be as stylish wearing sneakers as you are wearing heels if you want too.
The shoes shown in this fashion editorial are:
- the Céline pony-hair slip-ons;
- the Chanel Calf-skin sneakers;
- the Chloé leather sneakers;
- the way more cheaper than the former Nike Sportswear x Liberty Dunk Sky Hi sneaker
- and the now worldwide famous and even more imitated Isabel Marant ‘Willow’ sneakers. Those are already a craze and with that editorial be sure to see even more of them (I really don’t know if it’s possible and if it will be bearable since last week, during Rio Fashion Week, 3 in 4 women were wearing some Isabel Marant kicks replica).
I don’t fuck on this one with Kidult.
First, he isn’t a skater. Then, his motive is more than questionable and outdated as the campaign that would have motivated his ire dates from last year.
If the problem is because of the Stop it right now skate decks, it’s even worse and more stupid since I’m pretty sure there’s no relation between the French Maison and Jay, the artist behind the Céline print inspired skateboards.
Luxury loves skateboarding (and so does fashion)