Blue Ivy Revamps Beyonce’s Iconic Style During NBA Finals Basketball Game – Footwear News

Jay-Z and Blue Ivy made the ultimate father-daughter pair in San Francisco for Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Ahead of Father’s Day, the duo sat courtside yesterday to watch the game at Chase Center, where the Golden State Warriors took on the Boston Celtics.

For the occasion, Jay-Z went casual in a black t-shirt with white corner graphics and black joggers. The Tiffany & Co. campaign star finished her look with a gold watch, white socks and monochrome white lace-up Puma sneakers with perforated toes. Blue Ivy was equally dressed to complement her dad, similarly dressed in black joggers with a graphic tee. However, a leather moto jacket and big hoop earrings — a signature mum Beyoncé — along with black and white leather Nike sneakers gave her an edge.

However, Blue and Jay-Z’s pairing moment wasn’t the only superstar moment of the night for the 10-year-old. Blue also met Stephen Curry at the game, congratulating the basketball star with his dad after the Warriors’ win over the Celtics.

When it comes to shoes, Jay-Z is a renowned shoe collector with a colorful array of stylish styles from Puma, Air Jordan and Reebok. For formal occasions and the red carpet, the star typically swaps sporty styles for pointed loafers or lace-up brogues from luxury brands like Tom Ford and Santoni. The rapper is also a star in the fashion world, collaborating on merchandise with Ford and becoming the new face of Tiffany & Co. alongside his wife Beyoncé this year.

On the footwear front, Blue Ivy is already becoming a footwear master in its own right. Often seen in sneakers that complement her ensembles, styles previously worn by the star by Converse and Jeremy Scott x Adidas over the years, as well as casual shoes like Fendi combat boots and Marc Jacobs flats. On the red carpet, the same silhouettes gain glamor with accents like sequins and crystals, sourced from top brands like Ruthie Davis and Giuseppe Zanotti.

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