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Sneakerheads have even more competition for the next kicks du jour. Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Kylie Minougue have each designed limited edition adidas trainers, which means that the sample sale shopping fashion junkies will be unleashed - and we know that this can yield some serious destruction.
We were aware that Jeremy Scott saves some of his more outré aesthetic for the shoes he makes with Adidas. But sometimes you just need a Ryan Lochte Instagram and accompanying weird comment to really put something in perspective.
For every 100 pairs of sneaker wedges there’s one pair of Rick Owens’ cult basketball-style high-top sneakers. Though unless you’re Daphne Guinness, you’re probably not going to risk them getting sweat-stained and scuffed on your morning run.
We have to admit that our first reaction to reading about Adidas’ Boston T-shirt was to presume exploitation — that the brand was trying to capitalize on a heinous national trauma. Well, we were wrong.
If you’re in NYC and in need of a mani (I know I am), head over to 365 Broadway to have Teyana Taylor and Christina Rinaldi give you some custom tips.
Earlier this week, we caught Kate Middleton and Prince William doing some very cute and jealousy-inducing things at the Olympics. Their adorabless continued this morning when they did the wave while watching Andy Murray own the tennis quarter finals. This afternoon, Kate and Will finally gave us the greatest gift of all — royal PDA!
Well, aren’t the Royals just having a delightful day! Earlier, Prince William, Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton became amateur athletes at Bacon’s College to help launch an initiative for teens. As ambassadors for the London Olympic and Paralympic Games, the trio also stopped by Buckingham Palace this afternoon to see the Olympic Torch make its way through London. In between events, Kate finagled an outfit change.
Sometimes when a product is glaringly racist, the Internet will get all upset about it and as a result that product will get pulled off the market entirely. That’s sort of what happened with Jeremy Scott’s newest sneaker collaboration with Adidas on Monday evening, except for the fact that Scott’s design wasn’t racist in the slightest.
Do you love the Olympics? Because we LOVE THE OLYMPICS. All the countries! All the sports! All the everything! It’s the best. You know what else rules about the Olympics? The uniforms.
Well this isn’t topical at all. Just 48 hours before she’s supposed to perform at the biggest football game of the year, Madonna has released a playful football-themed video for hew new song Give Me All Your Luvin.
Jay-Z can do pretty much anything, including but limited to designing the uniforms for the newly minted Brooklyn Nets.
While we think heels are here to stay, we do love a good pair of sneakers. They’re comfortable, functional and sometimes really, really cool (other times they’re not so cool, but whatever). High-top, low-top, everywhere in between — we compiled a list of five sneaker collaborations that have us lusting.
Missed any fashion news this week? Our five-day retrospective should have you covered on everything from transgender model Lea T‘s spread in French Vogue to why the Mulleavy sisters stood up Michelle Obama.
Leave it to British designer Stella McCartney to stir up some magic in both the Adidas brand and the fashion world. The result: working out never looked so good.
Encountering a male sneaker enthusiast with more pairs of shoes than his female counterpart is an unusual scenario, but most unusual is one who has more shoes than 40 times the average women’s collection combined. Co-founder of Freshnessmag.com and web designer Yu-Ming Wu’s sneaker collection of 800-plus pairs, from brands like Nike, Adidas, and Puma, to name a few, was recently revealed in Women’s Wear Daily’s Footwear News.
While correlation doesn’t imply causation, we’re going to pretend like it does and guess that a Nike-sponsored team is going to win the World Cup.
Accessorizing can lead to two things: the danger of overdoing it and the risk of dressing in costume. Dressing in costume occurs when one of your accessories begs for another item in its genre. Say you decide to wear a cowboy hat to the beach. This does not entitle you to speak with a Western twang, or tell someone who accidentally brushes sand in your face to draw your pistol and ask them to “put up their dukes.” However, every now and then you come across an article of clothing that you wish would come along with an extra, matching something; a two-in-one deal of sorts…these are their stories.