Even without a release this past weekend, Kanye West’s footwear designs still found a way to snatch our attention as Nike designer Leo Chang showed off unreleased adidas yeezy as part of his top 5 personal pairs, followed by Kim Kardashian’s preview at the upcoming Yeezy 380 “Blue Oat”. Closing out the last couple days of March, the Jesus is King artist is unpacking more versions of his highly coveted Yeezy 350, this time teasing in this forthcoming two-toned blend. The staple silhouette is now seen interweaving its Primeknit bases with a duo of grey and buttery yellow knittings, and splashes a stand-out gum hue towards its traditional lateral striping. </br></br> From a limited gold Superstar (which sold out quickly) to the pending Prada adidas collaboration unveiling a adidas ultra boost, The Three Stripes Brand has made headlines over the last week. And with more solo and collaborative releases in the works, adidas plans to continue its impressive run. On the latter end, the German sportswear behemoth is revisiting its partnership with Disney, only this time giving Goofy the spotlight on an upcoming Ultra Boost. </br></br> With the breezy Autumn weather slowly starting settle in, cozier footwear options are definitely a necessity, and thankfully adidas originals recognizes that as they have just revealed their newest Fall-friendly “Velvet Pack”. Including four of their classic in-line models, the Three Stripes has prepped four luxe renditions of their classic in-line models including the Yung-1, Continental 80, Stan Smith, and Rivalry Low. Straying from the more vibrant and casual colors schemes seen in the past, each sneaker is treated with a more seasonally appropriate palette. Premium velvet uppers take center stage and are paired with tonal leather overlays for durable construction, followed by metallic gold dubraes/branding, and natural white midsoles to round off its elevated stylings. </br></br> After designing their Nike React Presto with alien-inspired ornamentations back in February, Nike Sportswear is passing on those very same thematics over to one of their more modernized family members – the React Presto. Once again pandering towards more graphic-heavy uppers, the silhouette envelops its sock-like base in cloudy wallpapers, a possible nod to UFO spaceships that soar high in the sky. Accents, although used more sparingly than the aforementioned AM 95, arrive in similar hues as punchy reds touch onto the toe boxes/midsoles, tiny doses of yellow located atop the heel/tongues and rear React plugs, as well as a small iridescent strip fastened to the heel. </br></br> After seeing a 2019 resurgence with classic silhouettes, colorways, and collaborations, the Nike Shox family has kept relatively reserved within these early months of the new year. However, although only but a few styles have been revealed, the ones that do, deliver with striking allure. One model that has been popping up more recently is the Nike Shox TL Nova for women, whom after performing with croc skin materials and Easter-equipped pastels, just dropped in this latest three-toned rendition. Bases, which are kept cleaner to a snowy white, permit the louder accents of scarlet mid-foot underlays and sprinkled notes of violet rimming the Swooshes and heel paneling do the talking. Soles certainly scream the loudest as the traditional thirteen Shox pistons are dyed in that same Barney-colored hue matching of the upper, with features of tiny “Racer Blue” doses peaking out from its rear treading.