NBA Auctions Fetches $1M for All-Star Jerseys
Last month, Stephen Curry dropped a record-breaking 16 three-pointers at the NBA All-Star game in Cleveland. Now, one lucky collector got a small piece of history to call his own, but it came at a pretty penny. Each year NBA Auctions puts up the first-half jerseys, and Curry’s brought in a record-setting $500,720, more than double the next offering (LeBron James, $250,020). Ja Morant took the third-highest bid at $92,365.
Supreme and The North Face Collab for Spring Collection
Supreme never slows down. The streetwear brand unveiled its newest collab with The North Face, which will hit the online shop on March 26. The collection features a wide range of products, including The North Face’s signature puffy jacket silhouette and 3M detailing. It also includes accessories, such as Smith ski goggles and a backpack.
Snoop Drops NFT Mixtape Exclusively for Bored Ape Holders
When Snoop Dogg took over Death Row Records last month he immediately revealed his plans to make it an NFT label. On Sunday, he took steps in that direction as he dropped a surprise mixtape exclusively for ApeCoin holders. Earlier this year Snoop, who owns a Bored Ape himself, celebrated the BAYC community, calling it a “cultural juggernaut.”
StockX Signs Viral Hooper Jamad Fiin
As part of Women’s History Month, StockX revealed its newest ambassador, Jamad Fiin. The Somali-American hooper went viral in recent years with her on-court moves, all while wearing traditional Muslim attire. The “Built Different” campaign highlights women who are changing the face of sports, and also includes UConn superstar, Paige Bueckers.
The Batman Makes Pandemic Box Office History
It took Robert Pattinson a decade to transform from a Twilight vampire into Batman, but his first go as Bruce Wayne was worth the wait. The Batman claimed No. 1 at the domestic box office for a third-straight week, per Variety, and the Matt Reeves-directed film has grossed $300 million overall at North American theaters since its March 4 release. The Batman is just the second film to hit $300 million since the pandemic began, after Spider-Man: No Way Home. Along with Pattinson, the three-hour epic stars Zoë Kravitz as Selina Kyle/Catwoman.
Curry Brand Confirms Upcoming Sesame Street Pack Dates
Stephen Curry is hitting the streets. Sesame Street, that is. Following the success of the fall drop that featured Big Bird and Count inspired colorways, Curry Brand announced the upcoming release schedule for the remainder of the collection. The shoes, which will drop between March and June, will include character favorites such as Abby, Oscar the Grouch, Cookie Monster, and more.
KITH Taps Ma$e for Spring Campaign
Ma$e was one of rap’s biggest names until the former Bad Boy artist stepped back from the mic at just 24-years-old. Now, he’s back as the face of KITH‘s Spring Collection, dropping a one-minute freestyle “New York to the World” that name-checks everyone from Ja Morant to Sue Bird. KITH’s line is coming soon, with no official release date at the this time.