The BAE Bulletin: Here's When & Where to Shop This Week's Best Releases
Including Tyler, The Creator’s latest GOLF le FLEUR* x Converse drop.
As the holiday season creeps closer, many of us are thinking about starting shopping for gifts for our loved ones or compiling our own wish lists. If you need some inspiration, the latest instalment of our weekly BAE Bulletin has you covered – especially if you’re a sneakerhead. There are two coveted trainer drops coming your way this week.
First up is Tyler, The Creator’s label GOLF le FLEUR*’s latest collaboration with Converse which takes on two silhouettes, the classic Chuck 70 and the chunky, hiking-inspired Gianno. Next, there’s Travis Scott’s mixed-material Nike Air Force 1 “Cactus Jack.” You can never go too wrong with a homeware gift and Dior Maison’s Check’N'Dior line includes everything from glassware and tea sets to linen for those who lead a truly luxe lifestyle. Scroll below to find out where and when to pick up these pieces and in related news, have you seen our roundup of the best places to rent clothes in the U.S.?
Release Date: November 15
Release Price: TBD, available at Dior Maison’s online store and 28 Avenue Montaigne boutique.
Inspired by Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s Fall/Winter 2019 show for Dior, this homeware collection brings to life a distinct English appeal for the French luxury house. Designed by Cordelia de Castellane, it comprises of glasses, carafes, plates, cutlery, linen and more, in a color palette of red, black and white. In terms of graphics, the range flicks between traditional card suits like hearts and spades as well as Dior’s checkered pattern in the same hues.
Tyler, The Creator has been somewhat of a longtime collaborator of Converse with his GOLF le FLEUR* line and now the artist is adding to new sneakers to the lineup – a Chuck 70 and a Gianno. The Chuck 70 has a pastel pink upper with the GOLF le FLEUR* text logo wrapped around the back in baby blue Chenille and an embroidered yellow outline. The Gianno, a reimagined take on a retro hiking silhouette, is also dropping in three colorways: tan, black/burnt orange/blue and white/cream/turquoise. These kicks are ideal for those who are still keen to rock the ’90s wide skate shoe trend.
Release Date: November 16
Release Price: $160 USD, available at Nike.com.
Musician Travis Scott‘s latest collaboration with Nike is a take on the classic Air Force 1 silhouette dubbed, like his previous partnerships, “Cactus Jack.” Inspired by his childhood in Missouri City, Texas, the sneaker has a patchwork quilt-style finish with panels in differing colors and materials like corduroy, canvas, suede and leather forming the upper. In place of the laces, there’s a chunky, exposed zipper upon the tongue and a strap on the heel with a gold-toned button with “TX” engraved acts as a final nod to the rapper’s home state.