Who’s taking the title for 2014 CSS MVP? While two months of the year are already in the books, we have last year’s top runner ups showing up in mid-season form. Jason Sudeikis proves that the sometimes the best kicks are on the sideline, while Trinidad Jame$ rocks past, present and future from Jordan Brand. All-CSS standouts aside, we catch Pharrell tossing his name in the hat for future first team honors, ScHoolboy Q channeling Marty McFly and Yesus from B.I.C. breaking out AJ11s from 11 years ago. See who wore what over the course of the last week and let us know who brought it the hardest by voting in the poll, on Twitter and in the comment section.
Celebrity Sneaker Stalker
Described as the heart of the culture by Kanye West, Pusha T has been on the forefront of fashion since stepping on the scene in a Dr. J throwback jersey in the “Gridin’” video. Him and Malice have made good on many of the top trends during the course of their Clipse career, with Push proving to be one of the best dressed and most influential artists during his recent solo run. From runway designer labels to the sweetest of sportswear, his taste has proven diverse and ahead. His footwear selections? No different. Take a look back at some of King Push’s greatest Celebrity Sneaker Stalker moments, and click here to learn how you could see Pusha T live in concert or get a night out in LA with the well-dressed MC.
Jordan retros, PEs and OGs run this week’s Celebrity Sneaker Stalker. All six headliners show up in something unexpected from JB, lacing releases that date back to 2001 and exclusives that will likely never see a formal launch. While AJs are everywhere, we also see a range of “Red October” sightings as well as favorites from the Converse and adidas vaults. Who rocked the best kicks this week? Let us know in the comment section, on Twitter and in the voting poll.
Remember last week when we said the celebs hadn’t scored their “Red Octobers” yet? Remember? Well, things done changed. In this week’s Celebrity Sneaker Stalker, an array of A-listers are seeing red, rocking the last Kanye sig for the Swoosh on stage, on the red carpet and courtside. We also see the latest release for 2 Chainz taking off, as well as a new Chris Paul PE. Catch all that, plus the debuts of the “Powder Blue” 10s and Reebok Big Hurts in this week’s CSS.
Still searching for your “Red Octobers?” If the bots didn’t beat you then neither did the big spenders (yet) as the quickstrike Nike Air Yeezy 2 is nowhere to be found in this week’s Celebrity Sneaker Stalker. Kanye West comes through in his first Three Stripe sighting since signing, while big homie Jay Z pops up in an ultra-rare pair of retros. Roc stars aside, we catch Chumlee in the weekend’s other big release and Skateboard P tagging his Stan Smiths. Peep the “Infrared” 6s, decade old Air Force 1s and more in this installment of CSS.
Sochi starts soon, but everyone’s going for the gold in this week’s Celebrity Sneaker Stalker. Super Bowl champion Marshawn Lynch lets his game and his feet do the talking, while Wale wears a little bit of everything. In addition, we catch Trinidad Jame$ digging deep into the Nike Basketball vault, rocking retros from Nellyville and OG Bron-Brons. If all that wasn’t enough, Cam’ron makes the moves from Killa Season to #killacapeseason and another Flea jams out in Crazy 8s. All this and more in this week’s Celebrity Sneaker Stalker.
The Super Bowl of style takes place every Thursday in Celebrity Sneaker Stalker. This week, we find the “OVO” Jordans pop up not once, but twice, and also see Bo’s and Agassi’s catching on. Naya Rivera and Vic Mensa get their first headliner nods, while regulars like Victor Cruz and Rita Ora make multiple appearances. Who brought out the best kicks? Let us know by voting on Twitter, in the comment section and in the voting poll.
Rappers wanna be hoopers, hoopers wanna be rappers, and they all want to headline Celebrity Sneaker Stalker. This week, we see A$AP Rocky and Big Sean making the best of their adidas deals while Kobe Bryant proves the Nike Kobe 9 Elite has off-court appeal. Wale shows range as well, breaking out basketball kicks from three different decades. It’s not all hip-hop and hoops though, as we see actor Jerry Ferrara return to Turtle and model Joan Smalls rock Riccardo Tisci’s tandem Nikes. Who did it the best this week? Let us know by voting in the comment section, on Twitter and in the poll.