The Liverpool FC x LeBron collection includes a couple of special jerseys — one soccer, one basketball — as well as a hoodie, shorts, long-sleeve workout tops and a pair of custom sneakers. The LeBron football shirt — modelled by Anfield stalwarts Andy Robertson and Jordan Henderson — is black and dark grey with red pinstripes and features a repeating print motif bearing the letters “YNWA” and “SFG”. The first batch of initials represent Liverpool’s famous club anthem (“You’ll Never Walk Alone”) and the second represent James’ own personal mantra (“Strive for greatness.”)
Liverpool have confirmed a new range of clothing as part of the collaboration with NBA legend LeBron James. James is well known to be a Liverpool fan, and even has a one percent stake in Fenway Sports Group, having previously held a two per cent stake in the club itself. Ever since the Reds’ kit deal with Nike was confirmed in 2020, the partnership between the club and James has continued to grow.
With All-Star Weekend less than a month away, the NBA works with Crocs to release two special-edition clogs to celebrate the annual exhibitions. The lineup includes the Mega Crush Clog as well as the footwear company’s newest silhouette, the Echo Clog.
It was just last October when Jerami Grant told SLAM that his style is based on what he’s into in the present moment. Throughout this season, Grant has only continued to take his style to the next level. “I think I’m a bit of a chameleon,” says Grant. “I don’t have a uniform yet; I feel I’m all over the place with whatever I like, whatever kind of fits me. To describe my fashion style, I think it’s definitely fashion forward and more of a Japanese style, especially right now. If I like it, I’m going to put it on.”