It's the weekend, baby.

It's certainly been quite the week, a fashion week at that. Milan's festivities ended with Gucci sending Gremlins down the runway and Dolce and Gabbana's unwarranted Kim Kardashian collaboration.

Paris kicked off as the last leg of fashion month, and Balmain going out with three bangs: a Cher moment, a beauty announcement, and haute Evian bottle couture.

In between, Burberry finally staged its Spring/Summer 2023 show and confirmed what we already knew: the brand was getting the Daniel Lee creative director treatment.

Per usual, New Balance led the footwear news, thanks to the announcements of the rumored 990v6 sneaker, a Junya Watanabe mule, and Run The Boroughs linkup.

The "Panda 1s," UNDERCOVER x WTAPS, One Piece x Vans, END. x adidas, ASICS x Cecile Bahnsen, Mizuno, and Superga x Engineered Garments issued this week's other major shoe moments.

MSCHF sent fans on a wild car chase, while Cactus Plant Flea Market got their own McDonald's Happy Meal and Market begs for Ye smoke with its DIY YZY SHDZ kit.

Now, if you need us, we'll be tuning into Balenciaga's show this weekend. Speaking of, did anyone lose a wallet?

Spongebob, Paris Hilton & Falling Models: The Most Viral Moments From MFW

"Giuliano Calza of GCDS honored an unlikely fashion hero: Spongebob SquarePants, whose likeness appeared on glittery gowns, knit sweaters, and nipple pasties. 'He has no sexuality or prejudice, he likes to embrace everything,' Calza said of the pineapple-dwelling cartoon character. 'That’s how we should see the new generation.'"

Kanye's Socks & Sandals Are the One Thing We Can All Disagree On

"It's hard to tell whether Kanye or perhaps one of his kids DIY'd the studs atop the sandals' thong or if they came like that. Ye's foot obscures the footbed logo but the fact that there's some sort of heel strap certainly implies that these aren't merely a customized pair of Havaianas."

Even Without Social Media, the Obama Sisters Mastered Gen Z Style

"This isn't anything necessarily new for the sisters, who've worn variations of these looks before. Malia especially nails the effortless SoCal vibe, while Sasha leans more bougie boho."

PSA: We're Getting a Fenty Bowl Halftime Show!

"Regardless of what team scores a touchdown or throws the ball through that thingie at the end of the field (I know it's a field goal), the main event will undoubtedly be Rihanna on February 12, 2023. Then again, that's usually the case wherever she goes, whether performing or simply making a stylish appearance."

Thanks to Ceeze, the Nike Air Yeezy 2 is Back

"No, the adidas YEEZY deal coming to a close does not mean that Nike and West have rekindled their past relationship. No, this does not mean that they'll be doing a special re-release of the Air Yeezy 2 any time soon. It does, however, mean that NYC's Ceeze Studio is back with another special project, this time around kicking the famed sneaker back into the spotlight with a luxurious limited-edition remix."

Jeff Goldblum Is “A Whirligig of Delight”

"Yet this impressive cinematic résumé barely conveys the position Goldblum occupies in the hearts and minds of his audience. Rare among the often hidden world of celebrity, he is perhaps best known as himself — an unpredictable, humorous presence prone to mannerisms and sound effects that make him both the ideal talk show guest and instant meme fodder."

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