Kanye West continues to debut gems!
Mr. West presented his Yeezy Season 2 show today in NYC and the collection was very much different from the first in style and texture. But, like always Kanye had some surprises in store as he debuted another colorway of the Yeezy Boost 750 at the show which was featured in a brown upper with a semi-transparent sole and a gum bottom. Stay tuned for more details about this particular Yeezy Boost 750. More images will be produced soon i’m sure.
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Yeezy Season is Approaching!
Yeezy Season 2 is on it way and from the sources we here this collection won’t have anything to do with adidas originals. The show which no one knew would be scheduled has now disrupted designers plans for NYFW as we are told many do not like that Kanye is allowed to be added to such a hefty list of shows that was already booked for NYFW. But guess what, Yeezy gets what he wants and that means he will be presenting his Yeezy Season 2 collection Wednesday at Skylight Modern on 537 West 27th Street and Vanessa Beecroft will perform. This is very dope news for Yeezy fans and lovers of high-fashion x street-wear. The Yeezy supply website has been updated with a new video of long-sleeve camoflauge t-shirts with invites to the show.
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MJ Game-Worn Pair of Rookie Sneaks sell for $71,000 Bucks
NBA Legend Michael Jordan wore a pair of Nikes his rookie year that ended up on a bidding site called SCP Auctions and have now been sold. Shoutout to the lucky winner who got his hands on these rare babies. This morning, the autographed Nike high-tops MJ handed to the before LA Laker ball boy Khalid Ali in his rookie season have been purchased for $71,553 USD via SCP Auctions. The kicks are most certainly a collectible item for a Jordan head. Do you feel as if $71,000 USD was enough for these very rare kicks? Feel free to leave your comments on our Twitter and Facebook.
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Russell Westbrook is the most difficult player to evaluated in the history of the NBA. No one has truly found a place to put him in yet. Point Guard, shooting guard, playmaker, turnover-machine, all have been said in order to analyze his game. But Westbrook has never been one to be defined, having broken the model of what it means to be a point guard. He isn’t a point guard, he isn’t a shooting guard, he is a player that will do whatever it takes to win the game. From winning All-Star MVP in Madison Square Garden this past February, to dropping a triple-double 3 days after having facial surgery; Westbrook can’t be defined by any other label than straight baller. Thoughout the season Westbrook has had some many memorable moments on and off the court. Check out the season that Westbrook has had.