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Adidas P.O.D. Sneaker is Getting a ‘Grey’ Colorway

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Adidas P.O.D. Sneaker is Getting a ‘Grey’ Colorway

The Adidas P.O.D. silhouette debuted last month in just a single colorway, but things appear to be picking for August with a two new looks scheduled for release early in the month.

The latest is this “Cool Grey” variation that includes all of the standard P.O.D. tech like Boost heel cushioning, but uses a lighter color scheme. The sneaker features an all-grey mesh upper with tonal branding, white laces, and a white midsole. Offering a pop of color to the low-key look is the Shock Yellow “Point of Deflection” midfoot bridge.

Check out the official images below of the Adidas P.O.D. “Grey” which releases August 2 online at adidas.com and select retailers for a price of $130. 

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Article written by Michael Conway #Complex

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The Black Leather Motorcycle Jacket is Still King

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The Black Leather Motorcycle Jacket is Still King

Allow former One Direction-er Liam Payne to show you how to wear one the right way, right now.

We’re all for trying out new, weird things with your style—big suits, ugly sneakers, even uglier sneakers—but that doesn’t mean we’ve abandoned the classics. Double denim and Chelsea boots remain an excellent look. Khaki-colored chinos still rule for work, weekend, and painting the deck. And that black leather jacket we’ve encouraged you to buy every fall for the last decade? Even in this, the Golden Age of Windbreakers, it still kills. Just look at Liam Payne, who wore the staple in London this week over today’s sporty fare. The outfit was of-the-moment but not trendy, and the jacket can take most of the credit for that (sticking with two solid colors was also smart). See, without our beloved wardrobe icons anchoring our style on planet Earth, we would all look like Dennis Rodman. And there should only be one Dennis Rodman.

So whether you’re pulling your own black moto out of storage or investing in one this fall for the very first time, don’t sweat the fact that you’re wearing something that isn’t new, strange, and covered in Fieri-and-Miuccia-approved flames. Just as long as you style your moto with a nod to the here and now as Payne did with those tailored joggers and chunky sneakers, you’ll look dialed in, not at all dated, and just darn cool. You can count on the moto for that every year from now until the end of time.

Coach 1941 moto jacket

$1,400, Coach

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Everlane long-sleeve pocket tee

$20, Everlane

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Carhartt “Madison” jogger

$125, End Clothing

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Nike Air Max 1

$125, End Clothing

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AMI wool baseball cap

$125, Farfetch

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Article written by Megan Gustashaw #GQ

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Jay Z’s Style Has Never Been Better Than Right Now

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Jay Z’s Style Has Never Been Better Than Right Now

Celebrity Sightings in New York City - October 19, 2017

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The rapper has embraced bold tailoring, flex-level designer threads, and a modern approach to sartorial dressing—and it’s paying off.

Don’t let a meme of the rapper awkwardly riding a jet ski fool you: Jay Z has never looked better. At nearly 50 years old, the rapper has settled into his role of hip-hop’s elder statesman and one-half of American music’s ultimate power couple—and he’s finally dressing the part. Back in the “Big Pimpin’” heyday you’d likely find a younger Jay in a XL tee and baggy jeans, and during the “Watch The Throne” era you’d see him on stage in leather pants and graphic tees, but these days the rap mogul is rocking suits on suits. And folks, he’s been wearing them extremely well.

Jay Z is certainly no stranger to the suit; he’s never shied away from formalwear when the occasion has called for it (see: Grammy red carpets, the Met Gala, his Tom Ford suit and tie phase with Justin Timberlake). But recently we’ve seen Jay turn to blazers and dressier clothes more than ever before and in colors and cuts that are way more modern than his sartorial threads from years past. It all started with the rollout for the joint-album with Beyoncé. The music video for the couple’s single “APESHIT” features almost too much dialed-up menswear to count: a double-breasted mint-green Dries Van Noten suit, an Alexander McQueen Prince of Wales suit with matching overcoat, a crisp Givenchy white suit paired with a oversized gold chain—and that’s not even the half of it. Beyoncé and Jay are now in the midst of their On The Run II world tour and if you thought either of them were going to show up on stage in anything less than their Sunday best, then you are sadly mistaken.

The suits fit the way you want one to in 2018. They’re not the comically big cut that labels like Balenciaga are pushing or that we’ve seen Kanye West wear, but you won’t catch Jay squeezing into a skinny, ultra-tailored suit like the ones Thom Browne makes, either. He’s found the perfect middle ground: not too slim, not too roomy.

The “APESHIT” video was the apex of Jay Z’s new slick suited persona (although when you shoot a music video in the Louvre, it’s kind of an obligatory that you go all-out), but it’s seemingly influenced everything he’s worn since. The rapper has been sporting a plain black tee with a loose-but-not-baggy black blazer and roomy black pants on some nights. Sometimes he’ll swap the suit pants out for track pants or the blazer for a trench coat. To finish things off, he usually throws on extravagantly large gold chain, tiny beanie or baseball cap, and always with a fresh pair of sneakers (unusually low-top Pumas or Off-White Jordans). Those fits may not call as much attention to themselves as an allover Gucci logo DB jacket, but there’s still elements to each that make them feel elegant (read: zero fuss) in a way that that’s right for right now. Sure, it would be great to see Jay Z bring his wildest “APESHIT” moves with him on the road at every stop, but when you’re performing next to someone who is decked out in head-to-toe swirling Versace prints or Burberry checks (and that person is also Beyoncé) going for a more low-key-but-elevated look is probably the best call.

Article written by Tyler Watamanuk #GQ

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The Summer’s Best Shorts Are Now On Sale Photos

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Article written by Yang-Yi Goh #GQ

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