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TikTokers Are Transforming These $15 Walmart Sneakers With Paint, and We Love the Results
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TikTokers Are Transforming These $15 Walmart Sneakers With Paint, and We Love the Results

We've turned our lacy push-up bras into sexy bralettes, we've cut our old sweatpants into cozy WFH-approved shorts, and now, we're ready to dive into the latest DIY fashion craze taking over TikTok. The trend involves transforming a basic pair of Walmart sneakers into full-fledged masterpieces with paint, and some TikTokers are really out there flexing their creative muscles on this one. The specific shoes everyone's giving a makeover are white platform kicks that ring up at just $15 and somewhat mimic the design of Nike's iconic Air Force 1s. (We've got the link to shop 'em online below, don't you worry!) Before you attempt this project at home, here are a few helpful tips from the experts who've shown off their hand-painted Walmart sneaks on social media: Start by removing the laces ...
North West Really Did Paint That Viral Picture, TikTok User Claims
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North West Really Did Paint That Viral Picture, TikTok User Claims

North West sparked a lot of debate on social media after her mother, Kim Kardashian, showed off an impressive painting that her daughter created. While several people claimed there was no way the 7-year-old could have painted it, TikTok user Camryn Frederickson laid out a valid argument with receipts. Inside North West’s Fabulous Life Read article “I actually can’t believe right now that I’m being put in a position where I am probably one of the only people in the world who has evidence to prove that Kim is not lying,” she began on Tuesday, February 9. North West performing at the Yeezy show during Paris Fashion Week on March 2, 2020 in Paris, France. Laurent Vu/SIPA/Shutterstock Frederickson then showcased a painting from 2006 that she created at a young age, no...
Vogue Commissions 2 Black Artists to Paint Impactful Covers For Its September Issue
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Vogue Commissions 2 Black Artists to Paint Impactful Covers For Its September Issue

Image Source: Jordan Casteel / Vogue Vogue's September issues are always the most highly anticipated of the year, jam-packed with aspirational advertisements, fall trend predictions, and photo spreads galore. This year, amid demands for racial justice both around the globe and within the fashion industry specifically, the magazine commissioned two contemporary Black artists to paint covers centered around the theme of hope. Vogue selected Jordan Casteel and Kerry James Marshall for the task, granting both full creative control to decide who they would portray, so long as their subjects wore a dress by one of four specific designers. The resulting covers are nothing short of beautiful. Jordan chose to highlight fashion designer Aurora James, the creative director of Brother Vellies and f...