Men hoping to mimic Migos' distinctive style have reason to cheer. Quavo Womens Nike Air Max
, who makes up one-third of the popular rap group, has a new collection for spring with Boohoo Man.The collection features more than 200 items, with apparel and accessories. On the apparel end, the rapper's eccentric style is captured in tie-dye denim, bright velour two-pieces and '90s-inspired rock tees. The items are designed with festival season in mind, perfect for wearing to events like Coachella or Governor's Ball.Accessories also show off Migos' distinctive flair, with items ranging from see-through body bags and bucket hats to mesh utility vests and fanny packs. As for footwear, summery sandal slides are among the offerings.While Boohoo Man's partnership with Quavo is new, the brand has worked with other entertainers and influencers in the past, including Tyga https://www.thetopsneaker.com/nike-free-women
, French Montana and Rae Sremmurd.“We’re delighted to announce our largest global partnership to date with international hip-hop artist, Quavo," Boohoo Man CEO Samir Kamani said in a statement. "Quavo appeals to our target audience and we’re excited to have him join the Boohoo Man family. 2019 is going to be a huge year for our brand, and this collaboration is only the beginning.”The collection will be available to purchase beginning on April 11 at Boohooman.com. Prices range between $5-$75.Want more?Kanye West Launches Yeezy Lemonade Stand to Benefit Mental Illness CharitySelena Gomez Goes for a Laid-Back, Leggy Look in New Puma Sneaker CampaignMigos’ Culture II Apparel Is Now Sold in China Through Stadium Goods NBA star Lonzo Ball said last week that he severed ties with Big Baller Brand co-founder Alan Foster, who allegedly stole $1.5 million from him. And today, a post on Instagram from Ball's manager and friend, Darren Moore, has fans questioning if BBB is closing its doors.Moore threw away a pair of Big Baller Brand ZO2 sneakers and shared it via Instagram Stories, posting the video with the hashtag #dumpurmerch. The video is being shared throughout social media./p/BvcjKIRDIW-/Further fueling talks of the brand's demise was a tweet sent from ESPN's Ramona Shelburne Nike Lunarlon Womens
, who stated the family of the Los Angeles Lakers standout has had talks of ending BBB for good."The Ball Family had discussions over the weekend about folding @bigballerbrand and anything associated with Alan Foster. Story coming shortly on ESPN," Shelburne wrote./twitter.com/ramonashelburne/status/1110256960765460480On Friday, Ball told ESPN that roughly $1.5 million from personal and business accounts managed by Foster had allegedly gone missing. Foster, who is a longtime friend of Lonzo's father, LaVar, owns 16.3 percent of BBB.In the report, Lonzo said Foster “used his access to my business and personal finances to enrich himself. As a result, I have decided to sever all ties with Alan, effective immediately.”Since then, the point guard's actions on social media has sparked fans to speculate on if he will join Nike's roster of athletes.Yesterday Womens Nike React
, the baller posted an image with the phrase "It's only a crazy dream until you do it," which resembles Nike's recent "Dream Crazy" ads. He captioned the photo, "Moving on to bigger and better #MyOwnMan." He also changed his Twitter avatar to a photo of him as a child in a Nike T-shirt./p/BvXqeWnFenu/In May 2017, Big Baller Brand unveiled Lonzo's first-ever signature shoes. The ZO2: Prime and ZO2: Wet were announced with $495 and $995 retail prices, respectively. In September 2017, the label unveiled an updated iteration of the sneaker, the ZO2 Prime Remix.