After exiting the Warriors-Rockets NBA playoff game in Texas Thursday, Ayesha Curry, who is eight months pregnant, was confronted by a Houston fan who mocked her husband's team's loss.
The Golden State Warriors superstar is partnering with Brita to launch a grant program to help schools purchase and install water filtering stations and replacements, eliminating their need to rely on bottled water because of contaminants in the local water supply.
Kobe Bryant stands out as an undeniably stylish dude. To honor the star's amazing career and say goodbye, we take a look back at our favorite of his looks.
Steph Curry in an Everlane full-look; Photo: @everlane/instagram Basketball players are perhaps the most boastful breed in professional sports: they have tremendous tempers, diva-like tendencies, and arguably, the most flamboyant style of all athletes (although NFL quarterback Cam Newton’s affinity for fur keychains gives the ballers a run for their money). Post-game press conferences aren’t just a forum for reflection, they’re a stage to set trends. (Thank you, Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook for giving the world the glasses without lenses look.) Now with social media, these ballers can put their other passion — fashion — on display.
We’re already midway through New York Fashion Week, where designers anticipate next year’s trends—so far we’ve seen a lot of pink, fur, and gauchos—but what does the next decade have in store for the fashion industry? Well, the Knicks’ forward player Carmelo Anthony may be jumping on the wearable technology trend. There have been some examples of tech-accessories proliferating over the past couple years from fitbit bracelets (Tory Burch now has her own design) to the new Apple smartwatch that should be available any day now… There have even been tech/fashion collaborations like clothing label Opening Ceremony, who partnered with Intel to create a bracelet that delivers text message notifications (kinda like 90s beepers, but made chic). Related: Opening Ceremony: That ’90s Show, Again MICA Watch by Opening Ceremony x Intel “Wearable tech has been around in sports for a long time.