Converse G4 Low & Hi
Heels are made from a plush React foam, while a responsive Zoom Air bag is embedded in the forefoot, allowing for comfy landings and explosive toe-offs. According to Brandis Russell, VP of Converse Footwear. “When a player comes down on their heel, the shoe activates the stored energy, and allows him or her to propel forward.”
From a colorway standpoint there are makeups both vibrant and subtle, though the early star of the show is the G4 Low — which will debut in a white and black iteration with red, blue, orange, volt and green accents. The High will arrive in a slightly more subtle black/volt makeup, with the other styles above set to roll out over the course of the spring and summer.
Low / Hi
110 / 120 USD
Yeezy 500 HIGH "Tyrian" 
It comes with a bigger image sensor, ditches Wi-Fi in favor of DJI’s own OccuSync transmission technology, has up to 34 minutes of flight time, and is packaged with a completely redesigned controller.
For video, the Air 2 can shoot 4K footage at up to 60fps. It also has HDR capabilities for video (up to 4K 30fps) and HDR panorama photos. The Mavic Air 2 is also capable of exporting 8K time-lapse videos, however not all modes will support 8K at launch and are expected to be available around the end of June.
GUCCI Backpack Pillow Holder
Black leather straps hold a pillow encased in a pale blue Double G stripe fabric case in place, allowing for both comfort and style on the go.
Made with black metal-free tanned leather, the backpack pillow holder boasts adjustable shoulder straps that can be detached, leaving the accessory held by the top handle only. The pillow, made with 100 percent cotton, fits snugly within the straps for security and ease while traveling. The front of the pillow holder is further embellished with the line’s signature Horsebit hardware, an equestrian-inspired House design formed by a double ring and bar in classic gold.
Retailing for $3,000 USD, the backpack pillow holder is available to purchase now on Gucci’s website.
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