At REBAL HUE, we are about making the current world of fashion accessible, while keeping our gaze in the future towards the music artists of our generation. REBAL HUE is proud to present our it 6th issue. This is yet another very special by coastal issue where Chicago meets DC, and our 1st EVER Editorial Issue. You will read and watch music interviews with
our Artist On The Rise Rahiem Supreme and S&C Mally. Along with seeing a full editorial spread on the latest Fall/Winter trends, with our guest stylists Kiara Quick and Michelle Wright. REBAL HUE Magazine’s Vol.6 will releasing on October 23th. You can pre-order your copy and will receive a FREEREBAL HUE T-Shirt while supplies last!
The Nike KD 12 “EYBL” is arriving in two colorways today, and this particular “Red Orbit/Blue Glaze” theme celebrates the 2019 Peach Jam basketball tournament.
Studio 3 is back another sneaker review, this review is on Nike KD 12 EYBL “Peach Jam.” Kevin Durant‘s Nike KD 12 has quickly become one of the most popular basketball shoes on the market, and now it’s set to kick summer tournament season off with a new “EYBL” makeup. A staple of Durant’s signature line since the beloved KD 4, “EYBL” colorways were originally created for the talented high school prospects who played in the Nike-sponsored summer league. Continue reading “Studio 3: Nike KD 12 EYBL “Peach Jam”|On Foot Review”
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin Features Antlia & Synth Vibes
Studio 3 is back another sneaker review, this review is onYeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin. The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Citrin” first surfaced earlier this month, its new interpretation of the most well-known adidas Yeezy silhouette was a breath of fresh air, one that deviated somewhat from the line’s heavy use of tonal palettes. Now, we have our best look yet at these new 350s, and it’s safe to say that they strike an interesting balance between fresh and familiar. Continue reading “Studio 3: Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Citrin| Review/Giveaway”
A NEW season equals deserves a closet refresh-This season is all about colors such from neutral tones to neon colors such as yellow, green and orange, Other patterns and prints that made frequent appearances on the runway were leather and reptile print.REBAL HUE is here to share to the inside track on all the biggest trends this.
Kyrie Irving. Yet it’s still very possible that his fifth shoe can be, and that Irving may very well lace up pairs like this “Oreo” iteration come summer. A time-honored theme for Nike Basketball releases, monochromatic black and white create a sleek aesthetic that’s almost a right of passage for each new installment in a signature sneaker series. Continue reading “Studio 3: Nike Kyrie 5 “Oreo” | On Foot Review”
Jordan 6 | Infrared:“Black Cat”-inspired Jordan 6 from Social Status to a special colorway of Russell Westbrook’s court-ready Why Not Zer0.2.
Studio 3 is back from with another sneaker review none other than the Jordan 6 Infrared. According to Sneaker News, The highlight of the Jumpman’s plans for this illustrious weekend is undoubtedly the return of the beloved Air Jordan
6 “Infrared” equipped with its OG “Nike Air” heel hit. Combining a primarily black upper with notes of Infrared on its sole, lace stays, and heel this 1991 original has been a fan-favorite amongst Jordan fanatics for the better part of three decades.