As much as we might try and resist it, the fact is that celebrity styles have an influence on our shopping choices for many of us. However, while we’d usually pore snaps of Kylie Jenner stepping out in Paris in a friends and family edition Jordan, it’s all gone a little more indoors right now, leading to some new and interesting choices.
Which is why we got together with retail/resale platform and sneaker expert GOAT, to pull together the celebrity quarantine style moments that caught our eye, identify the sneakers they were wearing, and give you the opportunity to shop them. Download the GOAT app to shop sneakers and apparel.
The best-dressed man in British soccer, Héctor once again shows how to do classic menswear well, from footwear up to shirt choice. A black pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All Star are timeless, and the same goes for the flannel shirt. If you’d like to show off your label credentials a little more, go for a modern spin, such as the one below by Needles.
Lil Baby makes a less than subtle play for attempting to inspire goat status by hanging with an actual goat outside his home. Keeping things cattle-themed, Lil Baby opts for a cow-print jacket. He styles this with some clean (and very tight) white pants alongside a fresh pair of Nike Air Force 1.
Think the famous faces above are far too dressed up for your liking? Pharrell indulges the go-to quarantine footwear for many by opting for a bright yellow pair of Crocs. We’ve gone for a slightly more elevated option (sorry Pharrell) with the Post Malone “Barbed Wire” edition of the love it or hate it shoe.
The first 420 under lockdown happened earlier this month, and Quavo got himself outside to celebrate, complete with face mask. He kept things on-theme with a bright green Prada jacket, while on his feet were the Nike Air Jordan 10 OG “Seattle,” which first hit shelves way back in 1995. One of five OG colorways from the silhouette’s City Series, this is an all-time classic. Match Quavo’s cargo pants look with a pair by Acne Studios.
Not known for playing to seasonal wardrobe conventions, Billie Eilish uploaded this Insta pic of herself dressed in signature dark pieces, from her face mask down to the dog she’s holding. She’s also wearing the Women’s Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Twist,” a modern remaster of the 1985 classic.
Kylie referencing her ex-boyfriend’s quarantine-themed song isn’t the only thing of note in this Instagram post by the young billionaire. She’s also wearing the Stüssy x Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Cherry” — a 2005 sneaker from the collab duo of the moment. Part of Nike SB’s Team Manager series, in which industry team managers were given the opportunity to design their own shoes, this one was the result of Robbie Jeffers from Stüssy’s efforts.
Travis isn’t just spending his quarantine on Fortnite, and here’s the proof. The Houston artist gets some fresh air by playing basketball with daughter Stormi. Practicing self-love as well as his shot, Travis was spotted in the Travis Scott x Dunk Low “Cactus Jack” release from earlier this year. He keeps things casual in a coach jacket, and we’ve picked out a similar seasonal highlight from Martine Rose.
Sensible Chance the Rapper sets a good example by donning a protective face mask while performing a dance that we’re less inclined to replicate. On his feet are the standout women’s chrome Nike Air Force 1. Chance keeps things simple on trouser choice, with a classic pair of blue rinse jeans. The pair by A.P.C. x JJJJound below is a good choice.
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A$AP Nast celebrated the release of his new single DE$IGNER BOI from the comfort of his home by showing off a fresh pair of Converse x Air Jordan 2 Retro “Alumni.” Released back in 2017, the sneaker Air Jordan 2 with the Converse Fastbreak and draws inspo from a shoe Michael Jordan wore during a 1986 Carolina Pro Alumni Game.
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