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.
All-Star uniforms will feature patches donning numbers 2 and 24, and the teams at the All-Star game will each be wearing the numbers.
The retailer is welcoming women into the gridiron on Super Bowl Sunday.
QALO’s rings for active hands have a roster of celebrity fans including NBA players LeBron James and Steph Curry, MLB player Bryce Harper, pro surfer Shane Dorian and country music star Jason Aldean.
Fifty items are featured in “Power Mode: The Force of Fashion,” including a few recent acquisitions by the Museum at FIT.