JOYRICH x FILA

The 90s are back. FILA, internationally recognized as one of the most iconic sportswear brands, recently linked with JOYRICH for their latest collaboration: the JOYRICH x FILA collection. The footwear takes on a bold look with a black and white solid foundation and hits of red throughout. Staying true to their sporting tradition, the apparel includes tracksuits, tees, hoodies, wind-breakers, bucket-hats and of course, the classic F-13 sneaker model. Both sets of product are highlighted by a light zebra pattern strategically placed. When combined with the street esthetic that JOYRICH is known for, this collection is a great combination of fashion, style, and comfort.

The collection is anchored by the F-13, featuring soft premium leather on the upper and bolstered by a zebra print pony hair flag. Additional branding includes an embroidered logo on the tongue, molded collaboration label on the strap and a gold plated hang tag. Custom packaging with duel logos on the box and tissue paper make this a great pickup for sneaker collectors.

This collection makes me relive my childhood and youth.
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Pictures via Joyrich

Yeezy Season 1

Yeezy Season 1.
Do I have to say more? Kanye West and Adidas unveiled their first collaboration in New York City and showcased the Yeezy Collection. Named Yeezy Season 1 the collection features a series of apparel and the new footwear including the adidas Yeezy 750 Boost and the adidas Yeezy 350 Boost. And in my opinion here is why the hype is so real (I can feel it all the way to Europe):

1. The collection is timeless and at the same time it’s zeitgeisty.
2. The presentation. Simple, clean, urban and putting the collection in the spotlight. And it’s so smart to portray nakedness so that the focus is on the clothing. The idea is genius!
3. The models. The mixture of not experienced and experienced models like Ian Connor, Kylie Jenner, Amina Blue, Dudley O’Shaughnessy  or Jackson Hale and the variety of looks is making the collection very approachable. The models are reflecting society and showing different shapes, heights, colors and faces.
4. Not so relevant, but still relevant for the press: the front row. When Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kim, Anna Wintour and Puffy (the 90s are back) are sitting in the front row then you already know what’s up.
5. Just take a look:
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And last but not least:
6. This day is going down in history as the day when Nike fucked up. Nike, you fucked up! BIG TIMES!

I am just praying that the fashion pieces are not too expensive. But this collection needs to be supported. #TeamAdidas

Pictures via Adidas