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Sneaker wedges are one of the silliest and most mind-boggling trends out there, and if they weren’t already bad enough, retailers are now making them for young girls. Sneaky sneaker wedges! For young girls!
Smash’s Katharine McPhee stepped out Sunday night for NBCUniversal‘s “2013 Winter TCA Tour” in California in a printed hi-low dress with a sheer bodice and sleeves, and black studded sneakers. Well, she’s certainly not the first to choose comfort over fashion.
As much as we adore our classic Converses, we are seriously drooling over these Chanel pre-spring 2013 kicks.
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.
This morning, Beyonce debuted the video for her new single, “Love On Top,” in which she wears a pair of black high-top sneakers by Ash. We were all pumped to give Queen B a Styleite-approved high-five for the choice of cool kicks, until we realized that this particular pair came with a hidden wedge. A hidden wedge?! This, friends, is what we like to call a scam.
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.
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.
Getting through an airport is never an easy task. But we’d like to see you try to get all the way to your gate wearing a pair of these so-radical-they’re-rad Bin Laden sneakers. Subtle, they most certainly are not.