Nike Delays LeBron James Release, Valextra Design Director Departs

And the eyewear capsule from Target and DJ duo AndrewAndrew has gone on sale.
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And the eyewear capsule from Target and DJ duo AndrewAndrew has gone on sale.
LeBron James. Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images

LeBron James. Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images

LeBron James's latest Nike sneakers have been delayed for release due to "cosmetic issues." The Lebron 12 was supposed to go on sale in China on October 1, and globally 10 days later, but it looks like fans will have to wait a little bit longer. In the meantime, work on your free throws. {WWD}

Valextra announced that Design Director Alvaro Gonzalez is stepping down to focus on the development of his namesake accessories label. The Milanese leather goods company is currently on the hunt for his replacement. {Fashionista Inbox}

Russh magazine celebrated its 10th anniversary with a cover spread of models wearing mostly (and in some cases, only) fur wraps and coats. The Aussies sure know how to celebrate. {WhoWhatWear}

Target Optical and DJ duo AndrewAndrew have launched a 14-piece eyewear collection. The frames, which start at $129 per pair, are trendy and cheerful, featuring tortoiseshell patterns and gemstone colors. A la Warby Parker, shoppers can order a "Try At Home" kit with four different styles before placing a prescription order. {YouTube}