The video came out just after news that the Air Jordan 1 Retro High ‘Chicago’ sneaker would be replicated in a ‘low’ style (according to Sneaker News).
Adidas Originals just announced a collaboration with some of London’s most talented photographers for the launch of the NMD R1 Pack 2. With that in mind, here’s 12 accounts to follow to get your fix.
“In the cut” – a place that is secluded or hard to find. Like today’s shoot location, these cut-out leather Nike Air Force 1s are unlike any sneakers I’ve seen recently. Shot, styled and worn by me.
Did I get it right? Are pastel shades, classic shapes and Jordans going to reign 2016? Let me know in the comments.
As Instagram becomes the hub for all things pretease in the fashion world, The Weeknd and Alexander Wang used it this week to simultaneously tease their collection together, which drops tomorrow.
It might have been overshadowed by the drop of Drake’s Hotline Bling (and the relentless memes that followed) but Nelly’s The Fix video features some pretty dope sneakers.
Hands up if you’ve ever owned an item that you adored but never wore? Okay, hands down. Mine is a limited edition, hard-to-get, only-available-in-Canada-and-the-US snapback from two years ago, when Drake collaborated with New Era.
Tyga has revealed that he is re-introducing LA Gear Lights for a new generation.
Bow down to the king of trainers, Nike has done it again. Their latest collection is influenced by 6 cities represented by 3 flower-prints that are traditionally associated with them.
This year has seen many a powerful fashion collaboration, but none is so exciting as when the collaborators in question are so chalk and cheese. I am of course talking about sportswear genius Adidas and Mary Katrantrzou, famous for her vibrant print and symbol dresses collaborating on the most exciting fashion project of AW14. Having previously collaborated with Pharrell Williams, Topshop, Yohji Yamamoto and countless others, Adidas has set the bar high and we were certainly excited for this one! Combining an unmistakably-Kantranzou like print with Adidas sportswear shapes and materials, this collection gives a new lease of life to the ongoing athletic trend. With prices ranging from £60 – £330 it’s not completely out of price range either, being no more expensive than Alexander Wang x H&M’s recent collaboration. BLOGGER’S PICK – MY FAVOURITE PIECES This piece really stood out to me more than all of the others in the collection. The vibrancy of the colours, shape and pattern make this unmistakably Katrantrzou x Adidas for those who want to go bold and express their …