Our 20 Favorite Sneakers at Sneakerness Moscow/FACES&LACES 2017

Nike Air Max 97 PRM

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Location: Sneakerness Moscow

Season: Summer 2017

Key Looks: Our favorite on-foot looks from Sneakerness Moscow ranged from high fashion options like the Maison Margiela Replica and a low-top version of the Rick Owens Ramones sneaker, to classic Air Max 1 colorways like the “Supreme Animal” and “Elephant” from Japanese retailer atmos. We also spotted several Supreme collaborations like the Vans Sk8-Mid and Nike Air More Uptempo, and high profile adidas partnerships with Raf Simons and Kanye West.

Editor’s Notes: In partnership with cultural exhibition FACES&LACES, Sneakerness Moscow took over Gorky Park in the center of the Russian capital. For more on-foot action, check out our recap of Sneakerness Berlin.

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Under Armour CEO Steps Down From Presidential Council Over Trump’s Response to Charlottesville

The CEO and Founder of Under Armour, Kevin Plank, has stepped down from a presidential business council in a reaction to Trump’s response to the violence surrounding the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

In his statement about the disturbing event, in which one woman died and 19 others were injured, Trump did not initially condemn white supremacist groups, but instead cited violence “on many sides.”

Plank was joined by two other high-profile business leaders, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, and Kenneth C. Frazier, CEO of drugmaker Merck, in stepping down from the President’s American Manufacturing Council.

Plank released a statement about his decision:

“I joined the American Manufacturing Council because I believed it was important for Under Armour to have an active seat at the table and represent our industry. We remain resolute in our potential and ability to improve American manufacturing. However, Under Armour engages in innovation and sports, not politics.

I am appreciative of the opportunity to have served, but have decided to step down from the council. I love our country and our company and will continue to focus my efforts on inspiring every person that they can do anything through the power of sport which promotes unity, diversity and inclusion.”

Now, watch John Oliver rip Trump apart for failing to denounce white supremacists.

BROCKHAMPTON’s Merch Is Now Available to Pre-Order Online

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BROCKHAMPTON has undoubtedly been one of the most explosive acts to emerge in recent times, and now you can show off your fandom this summer by copping some merch.

The collection fluctuates between minimalist and bold designs, with track titles like “SWAMP” and “Gummy” featuring prominently across a hoodie set. Appropriately, there’s also a bevy of T-shirts and long sleeves, with some featuring hand-drawn designs on both the front and reverse sides.

Shop the reasonably priced range by hitting the button above. Items should ship in a couple of weeks time.

If you missed it, check out BROCKHAMPTON’s bonkers “SWAMP” video below.