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OREO and Champion Debut Limited Edition Clothing Collection

Though an unlikely duo, Champion and OREO linking up for a one-of-a-kind limited edition clothing collection does make so much sense. OREO’s youthful energy and Champion’s timeless aesthetics and tried & true heritage make for a fusion that produces a playful collection that’s got all the drip — and that’s not even from the milk.

The limited edition Champion x OREO collection boasts of the following pieces:

  • OREO Reverse Weave Joggers ($70)
  • OREO Reverse Weave Hoodie ($80)
  • OREO Heritage Short Sleeve Tee ($40)
  • OREO IPO Slide ($40)
  • OREO University Slippers ($60)

Catch the drip soon, as the full collection drops exclusively at Champion stores, on Champion.com, FootLocker.com and stores nationwide on January 11th.

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Supreme x Skittles Drops This Week

A few months ago we highlighted the collaboration of Supreme and Skittles, with a fall release date of new branded clothing and candy packets.

Hypebeasts now have an exact date to mark on their calendars as the official drop of the Supreme x Skittles collab is this November 26 on the Supreme site. Fans have a host of Skittles branded gear to look forward to, like Skittles packets in Original and Wild Berry, a Letterman Jacket, Sequin Jacket, Fleece, and Castelli-branded cycling top.

Act fast on the morning of the 26th to beat out the bots and you can be one of the few to taste the rainbow and the drip.

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Food Fashion

Saucony Drops ‘Food Fight’ Edition Sneakers

Photos: Saucony

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Saucony launching its lauded Shadow 6000 model, the sneaker brand has unveiled a limited edition Food Fight colorway.

The Food Fight Shadow 6000 edition is a mishmash of colors and textures, all giving a nod to past food-inspired colorways that Saucony has released in the past. Each shoe has its own unique configuration of colors and fabrics, serving up a plate of fashionable disproportion that truly captures the chaotic energy of a food fight.

Saucony’s Shadow 6000 Food Fight kicks are now available on its website and retail for $178.00 USD.

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Food Fashion

Kool-Aid & Puma Collab On A Refreshing Summer Collection

Looking to make a connection between nostalgic refreshment and fashion-forward hype, Puma and Kool-Aid have linked up for the first time to present a one of a kind summer collection of unapologetically fun footwear and apparel for adults and children.

The collab is now live here and captures the essence of carefree school lunch times. Classic Kool-Aid colors and iconic Puma branding are featured on hoodies, tees, and various footwear include the Clyde, Suede, and Wild Rider, making for some memorable seasonable drip that’s truly as bold and bright as a cold glass of your favorite flavors.

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Food Fashion Sweets

Warheads Sour Candy Has a New Clothing Collection

FLAN (Forever Laughing At Nothing) is no stranger to food-themed clothing collaborations, as evidenced by their past odes to exotic fruits and cotton candy. This time around they’ve linked up with the ultimate sour candy, Warheads, for a limited edition clothing collection that gives vibrant nods to sour candy’s extreme fruit flavors.

The vivid collection is available starting Saturday, July 31 at 9AM EST on FLANLabs.com and at Fred Segal Malibu and Los Angeles locations, and is comprised of five t-shirts ($80 each) that sport a distinct hand dip-dye method, meant to simulate the color of each Warheads Extreme Sour flavor: Apple, Black Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Lemon, and Watermelon. Also included in the line is the ‘WALLY’ Button Down ($150) made from 100% recycled polyester that boldly boasts a pink and yellow gradient to match the Warheads logo.

Check out the whole line below to peep the drip and possibly catch flashbacks of your most mouth-puckering moments with Warheads.

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Food Fashion

This Streetwear Collection Is Dedicated To Exotic Fruit and 90s Basketball

Streetwear brand FLAN, known for their creative takes on food and fashion, are debuting a new collection that pays unique homage to exotic fruit and 90s NBA basketball.

Dubbed the “Exotic Fruit Association Capsule,” the collection of four tees and a sticker aims to shed light on delicious fruit that go beyond the typical selection of apples and oranges. FLAN is looking to challenge consumers’ culinary borders when it comes to fruit choices, which are showcased in tees boasting mangosteen, soursop, dragonfruit, and mamey sapote graphics done in throwback 90s NBA-style graphics.

The “Exotic Fruit Association Capsule” debuts on FLAN’s site this Friday, June 11. Check out the pics below for a look at the whole collection.

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Jack In The Box X Diamond Supply Co. Define Eat-Leisure With New Collab

With 2020 having most of us sequestered in our homes for a good portion of our waking lives, the idea of getting a fit off and letting that drip do what it does hasn’t really been a priority. Sweatsuits and other loungewear have been our daily uniforms, making cozy vibes or “athliesure” the default of our fashion senses.

Recognizing this seismic shift in our sartorial options, legendary skate and streetwear outfit, Diamond Supply Co., has linked with Jack In The Box to release a saucy take on what they call “Eat-Leisure.” The result is a fast food take on the classic tracksuit, rife with all the iconic details that Diamond is known for: teal splashes and diamond embellishments, all paired with bold Jack in the Box branding and 3M reflective detailing. Trust, cozy never had this much flavor.

If you’re looking to hop into this cushy set of Eat-Leisure apparel, it will only be available via drawing on the ​NTWRK IOS and Android app​, with the drawing being open from 12/2 at 12 PM PST to 12/9 at 12PM PST.

Check out all the deets of this tracksuit in the pics below:

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Food Fashion

Express Your Funyuns Fandom With Their New Pocket Tee

If you’re invested in fashion, you’ve probably heard the phrase “Clothes are a reflection of your personality.” I often think about this as I pick my clothes out for the day. As I drearily thrift through my closet, wondering where all my clothes are (in the laundry hamper), I can’t help but ponder: What piece of fabric properly mirrors my mood? Am I feeling like a busy pattern? Do I want to wear shorts? Should I check the weather? Wait, it’s raining? And, most importantly: how the hell do I properly pronounce my love of Funyuns to the world? 

The apparent answer arrived to the Foodbeast office recently.

I watched my editor, Reach Guinto, slice open a box and pull out a smaller box emblazoned with the Funyuns logo. Inside sat three bags of Funyuns and enough packing paper to drown in, just in case the two layers of boxes weren’t enough to keep those chips safe. Upon investigating, we saw that one of the bags, the bigger one, lay open, so we picked that one to dig into first.

Inside sat not a salty snack, but more packing paper. Thankfully, one thing is for sure, Funyuns knows how to keep a package safe. But more importantly, under that, finally unfortified, sat the crown jewel: a Funyuns pocket tee. But not just any pocket tee.

It’s bright yellow, with a Funyuns logo front and center, and a clever nutrition facts-based tag. The pièce de résistance of it, though, is the Funyuns bag-sized pocket sitting front and center. 

At long last, me and every other hot Funyuns fanatic can keep a fresh bag on deck for when necessity calls. This is the only time we’ll be united, except when we’re all in the hospital together for destroying our stomach linings. Who knew a t-shirt could be so unifying!

For now, the shirts are only available if you keep your eyes peeled on their Twitter as they’ll be giving some away in the coming days.