It's the weekend, baby!

And in the lead-up to Thanksgiving, a lot went down. Highsnobiety opened a concept store at Zurich AirportHarry Styles launched his beauty brand, and Jeremy Irons continue to out-dress Lady Gaga during the House of Gucci press tour.

As for your weekly dose of Kanye West news, Ye dropped DONDA deluxe and squashed his beef with Drake.

There were plenty of drops, too: Alife and Timberland unveiled a 7.5-inch boot, Jacquemus and VanMoof made a bike, Samuel Ross gave us a first look at A-COLD-WALL*'s Pre-Fall 2022 collection, and Supreme hype-ified Missoni.

The sneaker gods were also busy. We got Nike's Valentine's Day Dunk Low, G-Dragon's Nike Kwondo 1, and Rick Owens's most wearable Chuck Taylor yet. Oh, and MJ's game-worn Air Jordans might fetch $500,000 at auction.

In the metaverse, Givenchy is dropping NFTs, adidas is acting mysterious, and Stefan Cooke is dressing The Sims 4.

Now, if you need us, we'll be gawking at Drake's scented candle-filled mansion.

Who the Fuck Is Matthieu Blazy?

"The worst kept secret in fashion is out. Daniel Lee's former number two Matthieu Blazy has been announced as the main man at Bottega Veneta. Now the ink on the contract has dried, what can we expect from the talented designer once he has his feet wedged under the proverbial table?"

In the Shower With Pharrell

"You need to shower. There are things that happen while you're sleeping."

The Campaign to Make Tennis Sexy Again Starts Right Now

"Enter David Lieske, who not only wants to democratize tennis, but make it chic again...You won't see Novak Djokovic playing in opulent gear like this."

The Next Chapter of Victoria's Secret's Epic Rebrand Stars Naomi Osaka

"Osaka joins fellow VS Collective members including Megan Rapinoe, Paloma Elsesser, and Priyanka Chopra Jonas in helping facilitate the brand's dramatic transformation from bastion of male gaze to inclusive and empowering."

We're Living in the Era of YASSification

"What started as a meme turning a screenshot of a screaming Toni Collete from A24 horror film Hereditary into a Instagram-ready baddie is now sweeping the internet."

Pete Davidson's Street Style Has Made Him the World's Most Eligible Bachelor

"Kim Kardashian is successful, beautiful, and a #GirlBoss — How did she end up with Pete Davidson?"

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