Travis Scott owned the week both at retail and resale, but who owns this installment of Celeb Style Weekly Top Fits & Kicks?
La Flame and his shoes scatter the Top 10 but there can only be one #1.
From vault Jordans to unreleased Nike collabs to vintage Trainers, see who wore what in the photos below and pick the winner in the voting poll.
10. Travis Scott
+ A formal nickname alludes the second installment of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low but we’re betting these will hit shelves in the next year
+ Checks over stripes? Nike has definitely appreciated the line and the love since Champagne Papi broke his pending adi deal
+ Learn all about his Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike By You Air Force 1s here
+ Mentally been many places but he’s Ohio’s own, Stalley shows love to his Midwest roots and NYC coming of age with his shoe selection this week
+ DSM AF1s and OG Griffeys? Stalley gets it
+ Offset is on an absolute tear this year, making a strong case for CSS MVP with vault and unreleased heat
+ Back at the bando, will Nike make a What the ATL pair too?
6. Aleali May
+ We’re not gonna dive too deep into the greatness of Aleali May, we just recommend you take notes
+ Like seriously, take notes
5. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
+ Swaggy Shai is back in the tunnel, this time as a member of the Thunder
+ Already stealing the thunder of League Fit followers, he’s in midseason form already with DB 4s
+ Huncho pays homage to Jack with the unreleased La Flame 4s
+ The high school quarterback shows he still has an arm by throwing out the first pitch for the Braves in Supreme Jordans and Off White jeans
3. PJ Tucker
+ It’s not even the regular season yet and PJ ain’t playing fair
+ Linking up with Swaggy P, the real question is what year are those 1s from?
2. Kyrie Irving
+ Uncle Drew is ready to go Skip 2 My Lou all season long as the new starting PG in BK
+ Already in his bag, Kyrie has pulled out unreleased Travis collabs and low top SBs since moving to NYC
+ King back, word to TI
+ In album mode, Wale is showing why he’s still the GOAT, rocking rare Jordans and iconic SBs in modern fashion