Great style for this summer! Vans is thrilled to announce its newest designer collaboration capsule collection with Kenzo! The collection, which is set to hit stores April 1st, includes six unique vibrant color-ways and patterns infused into two of Vans’ classic styles.
Taking a trip into the Missoni archive for inspiration, the Italian knitwear company has once again teamed up with Converse to create some new limited edition sneakers. The Pro Leather and Auckland Racers all append the Missoni multi-stitch, multi-color and grayscale gradient knits to go with the F/W 2012 collection, available this Friday exclusively at […]
Photographed by awesome photographer Guy Aroch, one of the most stylish models around, Alexa Chung is the new face and creative director of the Superga‘s latest UK Spring/Summer 2012 campaign. Apart from being given the theme of “Go Create”, the stylish model was given free rein on the Miami-based shoot – styling the sneaker label […]
Does the world need another running shoe? Probably not. Unlike other sneakers, Diesel Sneakers aren’t made for running. You run when you’re scared. Scared of gaining weight, of being late, or that something bad will happen to you. But Diesel is stupid, and stupid isn’t scared of anything. [watch video below]
Wow!! Amazing (personal) work on this NighKee Serie by French Art Director Phoks ! I can’t believe nobody wrote about it yet. I mean his design work is genius ! It’s some pure viral advertising for Nike and its hard to believe that he hasn’t been comissioned by them for doing their Ads!? Be sure to check all his work on www.Phoks.fr. You will heard about Phoks a lot in the near Future…JUST SICK !
Amazing Collab’—> All Day I Dream About Sneakers is a new collaborative project from adidas Originals and Lifelounge, inspired by the brand’s avid creeds of ‘Impossible Is Nothing’ and ‘Celebrate Originality’. The project showcases the story and kicks created… [MORE pics inside]
Chris Stamp from Stampd LA started doing custom shoes at the beginning of the craze of it all a few years ago and sold his custom design to retail leaders such as Fred Segal Conveyor. As the custom craze grew so did the impracticalities of this trend, which brought Chris to the development of his own shoe. His goal was to create a more accessible yet still limited Stampd…. [more]