Prepare Yourself For Some Changes In Season 2 Of HBO’s ‘Euphoria’

HBO has revealed the official trailer for season two of “Euphoria,” a teen drama directed by Sam Levinson and starring Zendaya. The eight-episode series will debut January 9, 2022 at 9:00 PM EST. New episodes will air weekly. In addition to the trailer the synopsis for season two reads: “Amidst the intertwining lives in the town of East Highland, 17-year-old Rue Bennett (Zendaya) must find hope while balancing the pressures of love, loss, and addiction.”

In addition to Zendaya, who won an Emmy for her role as Rue, returning actors include Hunter Schafer, Nika King, Eric Dane, Angus Cloud, Jacob Elordi, Algee Smith, Sydney Sweeney, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, Maude Apatow, Javon Walton, Dominic Fike, Storm Reid and Austin Abrams.

In the trailer’s opening scene, Rue dances through her house to Frank Sinatra‘s “Call Me Irresponsible” and is eventually confronted by her sister Gia Bennett (Storm Reid), who asks her whether she’s high. Later in the preview, she is filmed being choked by an unidentified older man, further indicating she may be caught up in the grimy side of addiction. Fans watching the video have also pointed out there’s a scene in which Cassie Howard (Sydney Sweeney) is spotted in the passenger seat of Nate Jacob’s (Jacob Elordi) car.

Season two also includes the introduction of musician Dominic Fike, who will play the role of a friend of Rue and Jules. According to coverage by Variety, Fike originally auditioned for a different part, but the character was written out of the show. He then auditioned for and won a bigger role, HBO cast him. “I don’t have to do much acting,” Fike told Variety about his “degenerate” character. “He’s exactly like me. It’s shit I would say and shit I would do.”

Speaking to Variety, Fike said working on the show “felt like a long music video”. He also explained that his character is a “homie” of Rue (played by Zendaya) and Jules’ (Hunter Schafer), and added the actors were “the nicest people ever”.

As for the look and feel of the show, Ferreira, who plays the role of Kat Hernandez, recently told Allure to expect some changes. “My character is definitely more toned-down this season. There’s no latex,” she noted. She also added that the the sparkle makeup and decals, which were created by makeup artist Doniella Davy and were a signature of season one, will change. When asked about how the casts’ makeup will change, she simply stated, “Very different. That’s all I can say.”

Commenting that the glitter won’t be gone altogether, Davy told a commenter on her feed, “The glitter is different this season, you may have to look a little harder but it’s there!! 🙌 I too am addicted to the twinkle !!”

Season two was delayed by COVID-19, which caused filming which had begun in March 2020 to be delayed. The series offered up two bridge episodes centered first on Rue (Zendaya) in December 2020, followed by one focused on Jules Vaughn (Hunter Schaffer) in January 2021.

Check out the trailer below.

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Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid Black Dropping Next Year

Detailed images of the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Black” have surfaced online as the model isn’t scheduled to debut until Spring 2022. Overall, the silhouette is revamped with Off-White’s signature deconstructed aesthetic such as an exposed lacing system superimposed across its profile, translucent Swooshes, distinctive text branding on the inner lateral portion, and portions of vibrant-colored spikes on the black rubber outsole. Furthermore, the model is packaged in a brick-patterned box with co-branding.
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Retailing for $185, look for the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Black” at select Nike stockists and online in May 2022. Stay tuned for the official release date. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

In related news, here’s when to cop the Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid “White”.

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Even Though YEEZY’s Hoodie Set Records, Gap’s Earnings Were Still A Major Flop

Gap reported third-quarter earnings on Thursday with results widely viewed as disappointing for investors. The company reported revenue of $3.94 billion far below analyst expectations of 4.43 billion. With the exception of the company’s Athleta division, same-store sales for Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy were viewed as disappointing, causing the stock to plummet almost 21 percent.

Weirdly, while retailers like Walmart and Target recently reported they had largely maneuvered around supply chain issues, Gap blame some of it shortfalls on not being able to deliver merchandise to stores because of delays caused by bottlenecks.

If there was any happy news to be had, it was that Gap’s YEEZY hoodie launch went phenomenally well. According to a press release on the quarter, the $90 hoodie was responsible for the “most sales in a single day in Gap history with 70 percent of customers new to the brand.”

On the call, Gap went went on to describe YEEZY as opening the door to a new customer. That may be true, but unless YEEZY is introduced in physical stores or at least launched with more predictability online, that connection will remain tenuous at best.

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Profound’s Fall 2021 Collection Makes A Case For Truly Cool And Effortless Dressing

The brainchild of Faraz Zaidi, New York-based Profound (originally founded in 2008 as Profound Aesthetic) has evolved as a high-end unisex streetwear brand that plays with the balance of high and low. Blending nostalgia and pop culture with a chic and effortless ease, the label’s garments have been worn by the likes of Rihanna, Gigi Hadid, rapper Future and various NBA athletes.

Press on the label’s fall 2021 drop reads: “Conceptually speaking to the fleeting nature of time and the complexity of feeling during the last few turbulent seasons. All of that which drifts away sooner than we can define it. Stylistically, the collection is rooted in vintage sweater knits, aged workwear silhouettes, nostalgic cultural patterns, patchwork denim and poignant conceptual graphic art.”

The Profound fall 2021 collection is now on profoundco.com.

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Official Images + Release Date: Nike Dunk Low WMNS Golden Gals

Releasing next month alongside the Nike Air Max 97 WMNS Golden Gals, here are official images of the Nike Dunk Low WMNS Golden Gals.

Also inspired by the glitz and glam of today’s most creative makeup trends, this Dunk Low comes dressed in a White mesh upper paired up with Metallic Silver cracked leather overlays. Other features include the Black detailing on the Swooshes, tongue and heel branding and insole while Grey laces and rubber soles atop a White midsole complete the look.

Retailing for $110, look for the Nike Dunk Low WMNS Golden Gals to release on December 9th at select retailers and Nike SNKRS. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Nike Dunk Low WMNS Golden Gals.

In Reebok news, the Reebok Question Mid Pink Toe makes its debut on Monday.

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Baby Phat’s Instagram Hints At Brand Reentering Denim Category

Baby Phat has wiped its Instagram feed with the exception of a block of nine posts showing the label’s cat logo against a denim background, providing a not-so-subtle hint the brand is about to reenter denim in a bigger way. While the relaunched brand’s summer 2021 collection include a few cut-off denim shorts, it has yet to offer any jeans.

First launched in 1999 by Kimora Lee Simmons, Baby Phat denim jeans and jackets were a big part of the brand’s offerings. Simmons left the brand in 2010, two years after a majority stake along with Phat Fashions was sold by then owners Kellwood Apparel to private equity firm Sun Capital Partners. Simmons along with her two daughters, Ming and Aoki Lee Simmons, bought back the brand in 2019.

The brand was reintroduced through a Forever 21 collaboration in June 2019, followed by a release on its webstore babyphat.com. Since relaunching, the brand has collaborated with Foot Locker and also launched Baby Phat Beauty.

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