Applecore is officially showcasing its new collection for FW18. Full of “comfort-minded” layering pieces with graphic accents, Applecore is playing off themes introduced last year. Versatile layering is utilized by storytelling, allowing for a range of pieces from wearable pieces to artistic representations.
Divided into three sections, the range is comprised of neutral tones for layered tracksuits and zip-up jackets. Next, the collection takes a wider perspective of color, reflecting “the various experience enjoyed throughout life.” And finally, darker hues closeout the capsule to directly reflect and relate to “life’s struggles, the feat of making poor choices and urban camouflage.”
Expect Applecore’s soon-to-be-revamped website to offer the new collection shortly. In other style news, Aleali May x Air Jordan 1 collab is everything a girl wants.
Kim Kardashian Strips Down to Cover Richardson Magazine A9
Kim Kardashian is being naked again.
The Kardashian leader covers the front cover of Richardson Magazine Issue A9. The magazine is celebrating their 20th anniversary, and wanted someone of high caliber to help make the day special. Kim is seen positioned on a chair, with only her white panties and “A9” covering her breasts. The image was captured by Steven Klein.
To make the event even more special, Richardson used inspiration form the Japanese thriller Perfect Blue. Perfect Blue happens to be celebrating its 20th anniversary as well.
Kim Kardashian also received an interview, where she talks about life as a mom and as a sex symbol.
Nike’s Classic Cortez SE Gets a Gold Plated Makeover
It’s hard to keep track of the hottest new footwear dropping this season.
But one in particular you don’t want to miss is Nike’s new spin on the Classic Cortez SE. The popular sneaker, is reimagined with a metallic gold check mark. Nike adds a dark colored suede finishing touch to the sneaker’s round-toe body.
The Classic Cortez SE is running for about $109 USD, and is available now. It also comes in cream.
Pyer Moss x Reebok Drop First-Time Ever “American, Also” Collection
Pyer Moss is one of those “must-have” brands at the moment right now. The brand just collaborated with Reebok, for the first time, and the drop is hot.
Kerby Jean-Raymond, designer of Pyer Moss, debuted his Fall/Winter 2018 collection during New York Fashion Week. The designs follow a Western theme, depicting the styles of African American cowboys from the 19th century. His brand was recently worn by Tracee Ellis Ross during the 2018 American Music Awards. Ross wore a plush pink pant suit with black detail.
“American, Also” features patchwork, wide-legged trousers, box-shaped cuts, and defines each article of clothing as unisex. Men and women can get the merchandise by heading over to Reebok’s website. Prices start from $90 USD and up.
See some of the available pieces below.
Short-Sleeve T-Shirt $90
Boxy Hoodie $300
Logo Jogger $170
Long-Sleeve Polo $150
Cropped Hoodie $200
Split Trouser $170
Archive Crewneck $220