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On the latest episode of The Dropcast, semi-professional podcaster and cultural commentator Chris Black provides some choice feedback on the week’s hottest news. Ball Boyz Ian Servantes and Kyle Hodge offer piping hot takes on arguably the most-talked about Nike campaign of recent times, which of course is the company utilizing Colin Kaepernick as one of the faces of its 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign. Listeners weighed in with some spicy opinions of their own.

We also talk about the adidas Stan Smith, and how the legendary tennis player it’s named after has cheekily come to terms with the shoe’s global popularity. That’s evidenced in his new coffee table book with adidas: “Some People Think I’m Just A Shoe.” Also if you have no idea who Mike Kelley is, listen up to hear why he deserves to be called so much more than just a “Supreme collaborator.”

Relevant links:

New York Fashion Week Is Moving Toward a Genderless Future

BIG UP KITH’s 3rd Annual Fashion Show

KITH x Tommy Hilfiger FW18 Lookbook Is Here

Prada Is Relaunching Their Linea Rossa Line

Supreme Pays Homage to Mike Kelley and Sonic Youth in Upcoming Collection

adidas Celebrates Icon Stan Smith With New Coffee Table Book

Stella McCartney & adidas Unveil the First-Ever Vegetarian Stan Smith

Why Nike’s Colin Kaepernick Ad is Equal Parts Strategic and Progressive

In case you missed it, check out last week’s episode about Drake’s flying Ferrari and summer’s hottest collabs.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

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