Welcome back to FIB’s Weekly Drop List! Here are the hottest new releases to check out this week!
This week on the Drop list, we see the latest from Tiffany & Co, Lizzo, Nike, Travis Scott & more!
Tiffany & Co.
The new “Tiffany Loc” drop from Tiffany & Co. takes its inspiration from the company’s past, reimagining the padlock’s symbolic meaning. The modern bangles arrive as a symbol of unity and inclusion. They are unisex, and suit wrists up to 6.25 inches. Colour options include white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and pavé diamonds. They are likely to appeal to a wide market, particularly younger people; with the potential to compete with the likes of Cartier’s Love bracelet.
The new Tiffany Lock collection is now available online in store from September. Additional styles are launching in January 2023. Prices range from $6,800 to $32,000 USD.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found” Comes With an ’80s Sale Receipt
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found,” also known as the “Chicago Reimagined” colorway, will transport you to a period before sneaker culture existed. The following version, which focuses on an aged/vintage look, features a traditional “Chicago” colour and a reworked shape based on the design of the AJ1’s 1985 introduction.
The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found” has an immaculate white leather foundation accented with red overlays and crack black leather at the collar, as well as a “Varsity Red/Black/Sail/Muslin” colour scheme. The features include black Swooshes at the midfoot, “NIKE AIR” tags on the muslin tongues, Wings at the collars, and printed insoles. The shoe is elevated with white midsoles and contrasting red rubber outsoles.
Priced at $180 USD, the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found” is now expected to release November 19.
Travis Scott x Nike
The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP “Black Phantom” with new black laces. We already know there are three lacing variations for a range of styles in La Flame’s forthcoming Cactus Jack x Nike/Jordan Brand collaboration.
The neutral black suede uppers of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP “Black Phantom” include white stitching for contrast. Reverse Swooshes, conventional Swooshes at the medial sides, a “NIKE AIR” tongue tag, and a Wings motif at the back. The Nike Air Force 1 Low releases later this year in select retailers and via Nike.
Nike x The Grinch
House of Head is bringing us a Nike Dunk Lows collaboration with Cactus Plant Flea Market. The Grinch manifests into a shoe with uppers made of green fur – in keeping with CPFM’s previous bizarre designs. The tangled fur ranges from hues of green when it extends past the midsole to touch the ground and obscure portions of the shoe to shades of blue where it extends past the midsole to touch the ground and obscure sections of the shoe.
The set comes out around the holidays in 2022.
Lizzo, “2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)” feat. Tyson Beckford
Lizzo, a three-time Grammy Award winner /platinum-selling artist has amassed over 5 billion streams worldwide since the start of her career. Lizzo’s Nice Life Recording Company/Atlantic Records debut album CUZ I LOVE YOU was released on April 19th 2019, debuting at #6 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart and spending 24 consecutive weeks in the chart’s Top 10. It was aided by anthemic smash hits like the 7x Platinum “Truth Hurts,” 3x Platinum “Good As Hell,” and 2x Platinum “Juice.”
Lizzo’s latest offering “2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)”, is taken from her most recent studio album, “Special”. The upbeat song conveys a nod to her “Truth Hurts” music video, with Lizzo approaching the altar before immediately leaving as a result of feelings of uncertainty and perplexity. It also includes a special appearance by FIB male supermodel favourite, Tyson Beckford!
Tomy x Transformers x Canon Inc.
The latest Takara Tomy drop is a three-way collaboration with the Transformers franchise and Canon Inc. Taking the Japanese camera manufacturer’s EOS R5 mirrorless camera, Takara Tomy has reproduced the camera to 80 per cent scale where the choice of either Optimus Prime or Reflector can be transformed from the toy camera.
As a nod to the original Decepticon Reflector, a miniature camera is included. The camera can be split into three parts that pay homage to Viewfinder, Spyglass, and Spectro. Other details include a detachable lens design, a “Quantum Dial,” Matrix of leadership, and a lens cap.
The Canon Transformers can be found over at Takara Tomy for roughly $150USD.
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