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Miller High Life Drops a Collection of Wedding Accessories

Wedding season is around the corner and Miller High Life wants to help you suit up.

The beer brand has taken its “Champagne of Beers” title seriously and is releasing a limited-edition wedding-themed collection with menswear brand, Tie Bar. 

The collection includes an array of accessories, such as silk beer neckties, cufflinks shaped like beer caps and a garment bag that doubles as a beer cooler. The complete collection is available for purchase starting now online and in the Tie Bar’s Chicago flagship store.

Here’s a full rundown of Miller High Life’s Champagne of Beer Collection:

  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life “Girl In The Moon” Red Dress Socks, $10
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Herringbone Red Dress Socks, $10
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Leather Beer Koozie, $10
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Vintage “Champagne of Beers” Pocket Square, $14
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Gold Vintage Tie Bar, $15
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Gold Bottle Cap Cufflinks, $20
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life “Girl In The Moon” Champagne Tie, $25
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Ultimate Groomsmen Gift Set, $30
  • Tie Bar x Miller High Life Do-It-All Duffle Bag, $75
Food Fashion Sweets What's New

M&M’s and adidas Link Up For New Sneaker Collab

Iconic candy brand M&M’s is collaborating for the first time with sportswear giant adidas to produce a sweet take on the adidas Originals Forum Low 84.

With M&M’s universally known for its brash and bold colors, it only makes sense that the Forum Low comes in a vibrant yellow and brown colorway — an obvious nod to the candy’s packaging. From there the list of details on this limited edition shoe read like a CVS receipt: six extra laces, attachable details like colorful lace locks and branded hangtags, co-branded insoles, an “M” perforation on the toebox, all inside an M&M-themed box.

You can cop the new M&M’s x adidas Originals Forum Low 84 on adidas CONFIRMED on April 19, for $150.00USD.

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Dunkin’ Collabs with e.l.f. Cosmetics for Eye Catching Makeup Collection

“Wake up, grab a brush and put a little makeup.” Wise words sung by System of a Down front man, Serj Tankian. Bet you read that quote in his voice, too. Channeling that same wake up and makeup energy, Dunkin’ has linked up with e.l.f. cosmetics.

The limited-edition makeup collection shows off an array of donut and coffee-inspired shades, shapes, textures, and scents. Check out what’s on the e.l.f. x Dunkin’ menu and see if it matches up with your tastes:

  • The Dunkin’Dozen, $16. 12 shades of perfectly pigmented eyeshadows with creamy, blendable textures — inspired by fan-favorite Dunkin’ donuts: Strawberry Frosted with Sprinkles, Chocolate Frosted with Sprinkles and Boston Kreme.
  • Donut Forget Putty Primer, $12. Features a smooth texture, sweet donut scent and soft-focus, glowing finish.
  • Coffee Lip Scrub, $6. A gentle, exfoliating sugar scrub that treats lips to smoothed and conditioned status.
  • Glazed for DaysLip Gloss Set, $12. A glossy duo of Dunkin’s iconic colors, and also mesmerizes with a sweet donut scent.
  • Strawberry Frosted with Sprinkles Face Sponge, $9. This donut-inspired sponge is soft, absorbent, and easy-to-use.
  • The Classic Dunkin’StackVault, $75. This is the complete 5-piece collection — includes a limited-edition e.l.f. x Dunkin’ reusable cup & straw-inspired brush set. Purchase this from and receive a $5 Dunkin’ coupon code.

The e.l.f. x Dunkin’ makeup collection will launch on March 31.

Seems like food-inspired cosmetics collections are becoming more frequent — remember this Reese’s-inspired makeup collection from HipDot?

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Taco Bell Kicks Off 60th Anniversary With New Combo Meal and Streetwear Merch

Back in 1962, Glen Bell opened up the first Taco Bell locating in Downey, California. Today, the ubiquitous fast food taco brand will be kicking off its 60th birthday year with a brand new collaboration with Los Angeles-based streetwear designers Born x Raised.

The partnership celebrates Taco Bell’s Southern California roots and brings fans a new veggie combo meal and gives the brand’s team members exclusive merchandise to wear in restaurants designed by Born X Raised.

Starting today, fans will be able to get exclusive access to an anniversary-inspired meal with Born X Raised, offered on the Taco Bell website and mobile app only.

The vegetarian combo will feature the Black Bean Crunchwrap Supreme, Bean Burrito, Spicy Potato Soft Taco, and Cinnamon Twists. The meal is served alongside a large unsweetened iced tea and two Diablo Sauces and will be available for a limited time only at $8.99.

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Buffalo Wild Wings Celebrates March Madness with its First-Ever Merch Collection

Buffalo Wild Wings’ saucy wings won’t be the only thing drippy now that the chain has partnered with Overtime for its first-ever branded merchandise collection.

Buffalo Wild Wings’, the ‘Home of Overtime’, has linked up with the sports media company to celebrate March Madness with a new collection comprised of a t-shirt and hoodie with Overtime branding dripping in BWW’s iconic sauce.

The wing chain’s first-ever merch collab will drop exclusively in The Overtime Shop, which will be the world’s first apparel line that unlocks only during overtime of men’s and women’s tournament games.

Fans can cop the hoodie for $70 and the t-shirt for $40 only at once an NCAA basketball tournament game goes into overtime.

BWW is no stranger to overtime promotions, as they recently offered free wings if this year’s past Super Bowl went into an extra quarter.

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White Castle Links with Puma For Slider-Inspired Sneaker

Who doesn’t love a dope food and sneaker collab? With the sneaker industry booming, it’s always a fun and buzz worthy route for brands to collaborate with shoe companies to create some memorable and truly fashionable kicks. The latest brands to link up for some heat on your feet are Puma and White Castle.

White Castle has tapped in with Puma to create a model of the RS-X sneaker that’s inspired by the fast food brand’s iconic Cheese Sliders. The following details include stylish nods to the fast food legend:

  • 5¢ printed near the top lace eyelet to commemorate the original cost of a White Castle burger in 1921.
  • The White Castle logo with the words “What you Crave” stitched on the shoe’s tongue.
  • An inner footbed featuring a grilled onions pattern.

Besides the details above are additional hidden features that give proper homage to the popular slider.

If you’re looking to treat your feet to the limited edition sneakers, the PUMA x White Castle RS-X are available now at Puma, Champs Sports and Foot Locker for a suggested retail price of $120.

Fans of foodie footwear can also check out a recent ‘Food Fight’ edition of Saucony sneakers.

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Crocs Taps in With Lucky Charms For Latest Collab

Just in time to step into St. Patty’s Day this week, Crocs and Lucky Charms have linked up to release a brand new themed collection today.

The limited edition Crocs shoe is emblazoned with Lucky Charms branding, bold and brash like Lucky the Leprechaun himself. Accompanying it is a 5-pack set of Lucky Charms Jibbitz to decorate your paid with so folks know how hard you rep your favorite cereal.

This new Crocs x Lucky Charms collection is available now for a limited time only.

If you’re loving this pair of Crocs clogs, then for sure you’ll appreciate the time a KFC-themed pair was released.

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Fruity Pebbles, Nike and Lebron James Collaborate for New Lebron 19 Lows and ‘Magic’ Cereal

NBA superstar Lebron James has made his love for Fruity Pebbles known for years now, dating back to 2006, when he launched his Fruity Pebbles-themed line of Nike sneakers starting with the Lebron 4 PE.

Fast forward to now and King James and Nike have once again linked with Fruity Pebbles for the latest iteration of the cereal-themed series of sneakers — complete with the debut of a new Magic Fruity Pebbles.

The newest Nike Lebron 19 Low “Magic Fruity Pebbles” edition features nuanced details throughout the shoe that give nods to Lebron’s favorite breakfast cereal, complete with a color-changing airbag that uses the power of the sun’s UV light to transition from clear to a vibrant purple translucent Nike Air colorway.

What’s more, the sneaker’s release coincides with the introduction of new Magic Fruity Pebbles, which change the cereal milk’s color to purple.

The new Nike Lebron 19 Low kicks and Magic Fruity Pebbles are dropping for National Cereal Day on March 7 and will be available for a limited time only.