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Kanye West once rapped, “And I’ll never let my son have an ego,” but getting his unborn son a diamond studded gold chain must be the exception. On Tuesday, Kim Kardashian flexed on Twitter when she showcased Ye’s luxe chain with a miniature version beside it for the couple’s unborn son. North West already has a wardrobe that many adults would be jealous of, so it’s only a matter of time before the son of Yeezus is rocking leather jogging pants. It’s safe to say he’ll be stunting like his daddy. Read more

The A$AP Mob’s love for fashion is nothing new; we all know Rocky’s fashion sense is seasons ahead of everyone else’s. But another tastemaker is ready to go for gold, and similar to the group’s musical pecking order, Ferg is up next. The self-elected Hood Pope teamed up with adidas to release a collection fit for any fashion forward skateboarder. In terms of footwear, Ferg took adidas’ Adi-Ease skate shoe, added his lyrics to the laces, and placed a bunch of Ts and Ls on the canvas upper, which look like deformed crosses but stand for “Trap Lord.” Each of adidas’ classic three stripes are outfitted with A$AP’s acronym: Always Strive and Prosper. The shoe pays homage to the late A$AP Yams, and the clothing consists of gritty graffiti, fresh designs, and over-the-top logos. The collection is set to release on December 5, and hopefully that date coincides with Ferg’s new album. Read more

Remember when everyone was complaining about the $300 price tag of Beats By Dre when they were first released? That’s nothing compared to these Sennheiser Orpheus headphones, which will set you back a cool $55,000. While anyone other than an audiophile is questioning that astronomical price, you should note they come in a marble case and have the lowest distortion ever measured in a pair of headphones. They don’t release until next year, but you should probably start saving up now. Read more

Whenever Supreme and Levi’s link up, it’s safe to assume a few basic pieces will be accompanied by a few outrageous patterns that only a select few can rock. This time around, the fashion duo stuck to the Levi’s heritage wear with a little flair from Supreme on a few denim jackets and matching jeans. Aside from the clean and subtle navy and burgundy options, there’s the wild zebra print option for the daredevils of the fashion world. The pants are Levi’s 505, which it touts as the classic straight fit. The collection should hit Supreme stores in NYC, L.A., London, and online stores on November 7. Aside from a crazy campout, expect hypebeasts to wear the jackets inside out to showcase the huge hidden Supreme logo. Read more

SOURCE: Fader, Complex, Hypebeast | PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter

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