Not too long ago, OFF-White and Nike released their 10 sneaker collection. It was basically a remix of old Nike favorites. However, the sneakerheads are loving it; especially the celebrities.
We’ve caught three prime celebrities sporting sneakers from the new collection: Kevin Hart, Drake, and A$AP Rocky. These guys are killing it with these shoes. The problem now is figuring out, who wore it best.
Drake has seen been rocking the Nike Air Jordan 1 and the Nike Air Presto sneakers. He’s able to wear these shoes so casually. Most of the time, he’s chilling or on his way somewhere. Obviously, what celebrity isn’t traveling and on the move. But Drake is a natural when it comes to sneakers.
We see A$AP Rocky coming from the airport with the Nike Jordan 1 sneakers and different colored laces. Not only is he a big fan of OFF-WHITE, he’s also a friend of Virgil Abloh who’s the creator of the brand. Virgil is the genius behind redesigning these Nike classics. Most of his friends, including A$AP, received free pairs from the collection.
Unfortunately, A$AP Rocky makes the Nike Jordan 1 sneakers look like something he fished out of a Ross Dress for Less bin. He might as well be wearing Chuck Taylors. Not trying to knock the Chuck T’s, we love them, but they aren’t anything extraordinary.
Check Kevin Hart out, with the Nike Air Presto sneakers. They compliment his outfit nicely. Though, it was probably picked out by a stylist since it looks like he’s on a movie set or photoshoot. Kevin looks like he can do almost anything in these shoes. Not to mention the details of his jacket are well in sync with the Prestos.
Round of applause to all of these gentlemen, but Drake did it best. He not only looks like a natural sneaker enthusiast but his outfit compliments and highlight the sneakers. Drake is simply better at pairing the right shoes with an outfit. It might be a hidden talent of his. Nonetheless, we’ve chosen him because both he and his sneakers are able to co-exist in the spotlight. And that’s a very hard thing to accomplish.