Partnerships — and opportunities — are paramount for the success of Black designers and creatives in the fashion industry.
The outerwear brand worked with L.A.-based Rhude on the limited-edition item.
NBA players are making reverberating social statements through their fashion choices, with social media as their megaphone.
The Golden State Warriors player will be featured in promotional materials for the collection.
The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based company recently started using social media to show off its work.
To mark the end of the NBA Championship, Louis Vuitton has unveiled the LV x NBA men’s wear capsule collection designed by Virgil Abloh.
Designers Kimberly Goldson, Kristian Lorén and Richfresh were selected to work on the collaborative project.
The “Hands in the Sky” T-shirt initially slated to launch last weekend will be available for preorder for 72-hours beginning on Tuesday.
With pro sports teams playing to empty stadiums, some athletic companies are looking for nonathletic personalities to endorse their brands.
Players are still creating outfit moments, stylists are still requesting pulls, brands are still sending product and social media accounts creating content off players’ fashion moments are still active.
The auction house will open sales from July 20 through 24 for rare sports, music and film memorabilia.
The accessories brand will help the NBA superstar to fight against voter suppression.
LeBron James’ retailer and sports nutrition company tie-up for a small capsule available on May 29.
Titled “Never Too Far Down,” the campaign centers around a film narrated by LeBron James and featuring Serena Williams and Tiger Woods.
The shirt will be available for three days, coinciding with James’ class of 2020 special on May 16 on local TV network and streaming platforms.