spring-summer-2020-fashion-trends

https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/gallery/spring-summer-2020-fashion-trends 1. BRA ACCENTUATION 2. PUFFED SLEEVES 3. WRAPPED ANKLES 4. DRAWSTRINGS 5. METALLIC LEATHER 6. THE NEW TRENCH 7. SHEER LAYERS 8. LOW-SLUNG TAILORING 9. MAXIMALIST ENERGY 10. BRODERIE ANGLAISE 11. TORSO RUCHING

top 20 men’s fashion trends for Spring/Summer 2020

https://www.vogue.fr/vogue-hommes-en/article/mens-fashion-the-top-20-trends-for-springsummer-2020 1. DOUBLE-UP 2. EFFORTLESS 2. TROPICOOL 4. DOUBLE DENIM 5. REAL MEN WEAR PINK 6. BIKER JACKET 7. BOHEMIAN CHIC 8. FIRST MATE 9. ENDLESS POCKETS 10. TANK TOPS 11. LEOPARD PRINT 12. LEATHER PANTS 13. PAINT SPLATTER 14. LONG TUNICS 15. SHORT SHORTS 16. OPEN-SHIRT 17. STRIPES GALORE 18. Read More

5 Poppin’ Sneaker Trends debuting in 2020

https://www.whowhatwear.com/sneaker-trends-2020 Are you keeping up with the Jones’s?! These hot new trends will be seen being worn everywhere this year! Everybody and their mama will be rockin these fab styles plus even more similar to them, so be on the lookout! Don’t be the odd man ( or woman) out! Read More

Release Date Set for Odell Beckham Jr.’s Air Max 720 Collab

New city. New team. New shoes. By Mike DeStefano Odell Beckham Jr. might have been traded from the New York Giants to the Cleveland Browns this offseason, but the superstar wideout is staying put on Team Nike. In the spirit of Air Max Day, OBJ took to Instagram today to show Read More

Kawhi Leonard Is Suing Nike Over His Logo

Raptors star says the design was his idea. By Riley Jones Jun 3, 2019 Image via Getty/Rocky Widner Last week, reports surfaced that the Los Angeles Clippers had allegedly taken steps to acquire Kawhi Leonard’s “Klaw” logo from Nike. The Clippers’ suspected motive was an attempt to gain Leonard’s interest Read More

A Release Date for Matthew M. Williams’ Latest Nike Collab

Two original silhouettes from the designer. By Riley Jones After teasing a Nike React Vapor Street Flyknit last month, Alyx designer and recent Swoosh collaborator Matthew M. Williams is showing off what he’s calling his first Nike sneaker. The design appeared for the first time at Paris Fashion Week in colors including Read More