Monday, September 19, 2022

Rock-blooded rapper Stefflon Don, who recently launched a collab, Clockwork, with the Queen of Dancehall Spice, has teamed up with custom shoe brand The Label 318 to create an exclusive Air Jordan 1 that draws inspiration from the Jamaican flag and the song Clockwork.

The limited-edition kicks are now on The Label 318's website. The Label 318 has created custom design shoes for Nike, Adidas, Converse, New Balance, and Vans.

And, in other news, Miss Universe 2017 second runner-up, The Rock's own Davina Bennett, stuns in popping colours for New York-based womenswear designer Bree Billiter's latest campaign, Life In Plastic.

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CREDITS

Stefflon Don

Photos: IG/@stefflondon

Davina Bennett

Photographer: Paul Tirado

Hairstylist: Jason Monet

Make-up: @tsoy_makeup

Straight Outta Jamrock- Stefflon Don for the Clockwork music video which inspired the limited-edition Air Jordan 1s.
Colour-Coded Girls- From left: Models Davina Bennett, Issi B, Riley Rodriguez, Aeon Elliott, Sana Diouf, and Deanna Coll rock pieces from Bree Billiter's Life In Plastic collection. (Photo: Paul Tirado)
A Shoe In- The Stefflon Don x The Label 318 limited edition Air Jordan 1s features a white, black, green and gold design.(IG: @stefflondon)
IG: @stefflondon
Fashionably Insulated- Miss Universe 2017 second runner-up Davina Bennett models a pink and orange number from Bree Billiter's Life In Plastic collection. (Photo: Paul Tirado)
Face Forward- Bennett serves face with smokey eyes and nude lips. (Photo: Paul Tirado)
Queen Of Hearts- Bennett dons aheart-shaped dress from fashion designer Bree Billiter. (Photo: Paul Tirado)

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