July 18, 2024

Yara Shahidi and Her Brother Got Their Hands on Pharrell’s Adidas Collection Before Anyone Else

In the Instagram post, Yara wore the crewneck sweater with a pair of baggy shorts and the line’s Tennis Hu Shoes ($110), which come with striped laces.

She captioned the photo “Black on Both Sides 💿 @pharrell X @adidasoriginals #IKnowHesTallerThanMe. ” Her brother wore the hoodie with sweats and a pair of the Climacool Vento Sneakers ($160) that feature a cool, chunky sole. Keep reading to see both of them rock pieces from the collection. Then, check out all of the pieces in the line, and Adidas – called the Triple Black Collection when it goes on sale on Saturday at 1 p. m. ET.

While most siblings wouldn’t dare to wear matching outfits, Yara Shahidi and her brother Sayeed showed us how to do it as adults. They made us love them even more by wearing matching Adidas outfits.

It turns out that the duo got their hands on Pharrell Williams’s latest drop with Adidas – called the Triple Black Collection – which is releasing on Dec. 12. The monochromatic line includes iconic Adidas silhouettes reinterpreted by the singer. The line is actually gender-fluid, and some pieces feature Pharrell’s skin-care brand Humanrace’s logo along the sides.

Willow Smith and Tyler Cole’s “Meet Me at Our Spot” Has Taken Up Permanent Residence in My Head

Lately before bed, when I’m finally unplugged and alone with my thoughts, a few words will push to the forefront of my mind: “Caught a vibe / Baby, are you coming for the ride? ”

A decade after her music debut, Willow Smith has unleashed another earworm. Released with Tyler Cole in 2020 under The Anxiety, the name of both their collaboration and album, “Meet Me at Our Spot” is a sludgy alternative track with emo undertones that hits at the zeitgeist and is pretty inescapable on TikTok.

The song is currently being used in many formats: there’s people using it to soundtrack their last four summers, some have it playing while they try out a cartoon character filter, and others will sign the lyrics or strum along with a ukulele. The one common thread, however, is that the audio popular on TikTok is actually taken from a live performance of the song. Watch it ahead and enjoy a few examples of the live audio being used on TikTok.

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