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There’s no denying it. We’re sporting a pretty major girl crush on Ellie Goulding.
In an unsurprising turn of events, Thierry Mugler has dropped disgraced Paralympian Oscar Pistorius as a spokesman, while Nike has suspended his contract pending the court’s decision.
They neglect, however, to address why it is only offered in women’s sizes.
Seriously, Nike? Women just won two-thirds of Team USA‘s gold medals at the Olympics and this is what you come up with? McKayla Maroney is not impressed.
And you thought your St. Patty’s day hangover was bad? Nike messed up big time with this one.
Police officers from Florida to Maryland and beyond have shut down local shopping malls and in some cases canceled the release of a limited edition sneaker, fearing that letting customers shop might get ugly and violent.
How had you planned to celebrate Black History Month? We were going to do it with a series of articles, but now we’re thinking we might just go out and pick up a few items from Nike‘s new capsule collection, dedicated specifically to Black History Month.
Turns out police officers won’t just pepper spray you if you’re protesting wealth inequality. They’ll also do it if you get a little to rowdy while waiting in line for the new pair of Nike Air Jordans.
Catwalk Justice is our periodic column on fashion law, courtesy of Charles Colman of Charles Colman Law, PLLC and LAW OF FASHION. This week, Charles explains why this column might not be weekly anymore.
Oh, the economy. While many Americans are facing smaller salaries and tighter budgets, the select few who lead publicly traded fashion companies are making more and more each year. Case in point: Michael Jeffries of Abercrombie and Fitch and Glen Senk of Urban Outfitters rose to the top of the pile of earners ranked this week by WWD. Yay, executive compensation
What can you buy a gym rat? Lots of things, of course! Exercise lovers are always in need of the newest, coolest workout gear — from sick shoes to rad water bottles. As such, we’ve put together a list of things your favorite gym dweller is sure to be lusting after.
Hollister, Abercrombie, Victoria’s Secret, Nike. What do these brands have in common? Hint: they don’t just have stores you can find at your local mall. Nope, these brands have far bigger (or smaller, we suppose) problems: bedbugs.
My lack of cute, workout-friendly clothing options is making it hard for me to stick to my get-fit routine. Any suggestions for some fashionable workout gear?
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.
In preparation for the World Cup, Nike Paris will be holding weekly cheerleading classes — we guess to school the Parisians in the lost art of pom-pomming? And that’s not all. If you’re wondering what to wear while cheering on your favorite soccer star, might we suggest opting for an item from Nike’s heavily-accented collaboration with designer Andrew Crews?
This 10-second spot has been making some very confused rounds on the internet this weekend. Posted on YouTube with the headline, “Madonna Nike promo (unreleased) 1990″, the video features a very naked and very blonde Madonna saying, “I wear what I want, and I do what I want…” But it’s the last bit that has everyone confused.