Monday, July 14th, 2014

1:45 pm

Affordable European-Made Tennis Shoes by Epaulet


Epaulet venture into the world of high-end sneakers. Most of us dream about buying pairs and pairs of European-made shoes, but the price is typically prohibitive. The Brooklyn retailer introduce a set of Italian leather sneakers with distinguished Margom rubber soles…

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Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Monday, July 7th, 2014

1:00 pm

ETQ Amsterdam Leather Mid-Top Sneakers


Being innovative while retaining a minimal aesthetic is not easy. But brands like sneaker label ETQ Amsterdam consistently tackle this task. This time around, ETQ mesh the contemporary and the classic in a capsule collection of mid-top sneakers. Rather than revamping the…

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Sunday, July 6th, 2014

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

11:14 am

Lanvin Summer 2014 Hybrid Fashion Sneakers


Lanvin‘s casual footwear program has become known for their boundary-pushing sneakers that blend the avant-garde with something your old dad would probably wear. Although these are definitely not for everyone, the Parisian house continues to promote the luxury sporting trend…

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Monday, June 2nd, 2014

11:36 am

Cone Mills Reiterate the Iconic New Balance 1300 in Denim


Cone Mills help New Balance in reiterating the iconic 1300 silhouette. The legendary American denim manufacturer apply none other than their denim to the sneaker, pairing it with tonal blue and contrasting brown nubuck leather. Every detail is kept as they were…

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Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

3:09 pm

Converse and Maison Martin Margiela Return with Second Collection


After an incredibly successful collaboration last year, Converse and Maison Martin Margiela return with a second round of ”overpainted” white sneakers. The collection utilizes the All Star Chuck ’70 and Jack Purcell, both in supple premium leather outers. The thick, hand-painted shoes crack overtime revealing the…

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Monday, May 19th, 2014

Sunday, May 18th, 2014

2:00 pm

Margaret Howell for Converse Leather Hi-Tops


Converse once again team up with British designer Margaret Howell to produce a collection of exclusive sneakers. Instead of the typical canvas, Howell uses a smooth leather outer with a matching tonal All-Star patch. We love the simplicity of the collaboration — no…

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