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From kids to horror fans to people who want to be outright scared, here are more Halloween 2021 events in Miami

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Ah, fall.

That glorious time in Miami where it’s still 97 degrees and we’re all still keeping our eyes peeled for the Next Hurricane of Our Nightmares.

But this time of year, scary can be fun.

Some of the least creepy faces you’ll see at House of Horror. (Photo: Miami Herald)

Halloween is on its way, and with it comes events at which you can indulge in some autumn fun.

Even if you are sweating a little.

Here are a few of the Halloween activities around town.

Survive a zombie apocalypse at the Westland Mall’s No Way Out. (Photo: Miami Herald)

Some are kid-friendly; others involve zombies.

Choose your destination with care.

Watch your favorite monsters from the safety of your car at Drive and Scream. (Photo: Miami Herald)

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This Air Jordan 1 Mid Is Inspired By The African Continent

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The Air Jordan 1 Mid has acted as a canvas for a number of influences, some obviously more eccentric than others. Here, the silhouette ostensibly draws inspiration from the African continent, whose shape is pictured right on the heel.

Surrounding its image is a number of vibrantly colored panels, each distinct in their choice of texture. A crinkling is applied to the darker, deep red collar, while a somewhat smoother finish defines the pink ankle flap adjacent. As for the Swoosh, which contrasts in white, the leather is cracked across the entire surface, possibly nodding to the dry Sahara Desert. The texture of the heel tab and toe cap, too, seem to pay homage to another African sight, the great savanna elephants, unlike the tumbled base underneath.

For a closer look at this interesting take on the AJ1 Mid, see below. Release dates, pricing info, and official images should surface very soon.

In other news, official images of the Air Jordan 12 Playoffs popped up earlier last week.

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Bernard Arnault Subtly Flexes a Tiffany Blue Patek Philippe 5740

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After an image surfaced on Instagram of Bernard Arnault, owner of LVMH and now owner of Tiffany, playing chess with his son, it looked as though he was lucky enough to secure one of the 170 unique Tiffany-Blue Patek Philippe Nautilus Perpetual 5740 pieces.

On closer inspection, however, it became clear that this was, in fact, an even rarer timepiece. While the watch in question was indeed a Patek Philippe Nautilus quipped with a Tiffany-Blue dial, it was not the 5711. Instead, it’s a unique Tiffany-Blue Patek Philippe Nautilus Perpetual Calendar 5740.

Ordinarily, the 5740 is encased in white gold and equipped with a mid-blue dial. Arnault’s unique take resembled TAG Heuer Carrera, and though it featured the same pairing of Tiffany Blue dial and black and white hour markers and hands as used on the 5711 pieces, this watch boasts perpetual calendar sub dial lettering and a moonphase window.

Such a unique time is sure to come with a significant price tag. For context,  the “Tiffany Blue” Nautilus released on December 11 for $52,635 apiece. However, one of the ultra-rare watches did hit the auction block courtesy of Phillips, granting the public a rare opportunity to try their luck at snagging the timepiece.
The unique opp piqued the attention of three very wealthy bidders, who sent the “Tiffany Blue” Nautilus’ gavel price skyrocketing to over 100 times that of retail, eventually landing on a gavel price of $5,350,000 with an all-in cost of $6.5 million.
 

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First Look At The sacai x Nike Cortez For 2022

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sacai’s long-standing partnership with Nike has produced some of the best collaborative silhouettes of the past few years – the LDWaffle, the Vaporwaffle, and even the drove of rebuilt Blazers. And later this year, the Japanese label will add to the lineage with a similarly reimagined Cortez.

The upper, much like the LDWaffle, is relatively faithful to the original silhouette, built with its usual smooth leathers and grey suede eyestays/toe. Even the Swoosh is kept intact, though its paired with an additional, printed twin a à la the Vaporwaffle. As for the sole, which continues Chitose Abe’s penchant for oversized bases, it sits aesthetically between the two aforementioned shoes, while offering a sizable but manageable bulk, a protruding heel piece, and new cushioning towards the forefoot.

Enjoy a first look at the sacai x Nike Cortez here. It’s possible more images will surface once the brand lets walk their AW22 collection.

In other news, have you seen the new Carpet Company Nike Dunk High?

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