Here's a look at a fresh collaboration between legendary sneaker connoisseur, Ronnie Fieg, and the widely respected footwear brand, Dr. Martens. This is quite an impressive piece, and it's only a small portion of the entire collaborative collection they worked on.
The Bowery boot is slim fitting and ultra-stylish. The boots boast an all-over camouflage suede that incorporates shades of purple, green and tan - making them very versatile. The wedge sole offers not only comfort, but an element of ruggedness and utility as well. To bring it all together, they added traditional brogue detailing and extremely stylish stitching.
Peep these boots online
today! Check out details photos below.
Oh man, what an impressive collection. Dr. Martens is always consistent with their products, but these pieces are some of my favorite from them.
Although footwear is their forte, they prove with this collection that they are a fashion force to be reckoned with - as if you already didn't know that.
Check the bags, knit sweaters, oxford button-downs, belts and last-but-not-least, the shoes here
and get ready to blow your next paycheck on some new threads!
I'm a sucker for a gold watch, especially a Nixon. This Nixon Gun & Gold pack is breaking ground on a combination of metals that you don't see together very often.
Sometimes I feel that silver/gold combos are a bit tacky, because the contrast isn't drastic enough to set the two colors apart. Nixon has found a solution to that - kick out the silver and introduce the gunmetal. Now look at the contrast on these watches and tell me it's not a 100% improvement!
They transformed their Monopoly, Spur, and 42-20 Chrono models (which were already great) into sleek, but powerful pieces with just enough flare for anyone's taste.
Head over to Nixon
to grab one. If you're a female, this would be a great gift for your man for the upcoming holidays! These are, as always, reasonably priced for an extremely high-quality time piece!
continues to come out with grade-A products with every collection they drop. In this custom pack, they decided to pay tribute to the very popular California flannel pattern.
They've transformed their Chukka and Era models with the use of the red-and-black-lumberjack
fabric, waxed leather laces and smooth leather detailing throughout.
Grab a pair for this Fall at the Vans store
I've been trying to transform my shoe game from sneakers to high-end footwear and these are really going to help me make the leap.J Shoes
just released their Fall collection at selected retailers and they have some really dope, unique pieces. The collection features extremely high-quality elements of leather, suede and metal that are precisely detailed to perfection on every model.
The slideshow below shows off The Burlington
, which was my favorite pair in the lot, but you can head over to KITH
to see the remainder of the models they're offering this Fall.
From high-top boots with straps to low-top wingtips, J Shoes will definitely have you stylin'...
Here's a look at a genius collaboration between Missoni
that is scheduled to be released this month. What makes this such an impressive joint venture is that both companies have such easy-to-recognize products that these shoes will sell themselves. When Missoni fans see the shoes, they're going to love them for their affordable price (compared to their other products
). When Converse fans see the shoes, they're going to love them for the amazing pattern. It's a win-win
The collection features two colorways of the classic Converse Chuck Taylor Hi-Tops
as well as the very popular Auckland Racer
model, also made by Converse. The shoes are complete with the unique signature weaves made famous by Missoni and white vulcanized rubber soles.
The Hi-Tops were originally released in April at Très Bien Shop, in Sweden, and have since sold out. No worries though, they will be back, this time with the Auckland Racer model. Expect both models to retail for about $250 when they hit the shelves. If I get the chance to snag a pair, you can count on that. That's a big if, as these will be released in limited quantities outside the US. Good luck!
New Balance is one of those shoe brands that is just too consistent to criticize. I wore these in elementary school, middle school, high school and college and throughout the years they've remained relevant. That alone is impressive.
The M574 is definitey one of the most popular models in the NB collection. Often times, this is the model of choice, especially when collaborating with other brands and designers or for special edition releases.
Some of this shoe’s great features include the simple, but effective paneling, the high-quality mesh and the branding/design versatility.
The collection above is the Backpack Collection. As always, there is a great balance of utility and style. The upper portion of the shoe is nylon, similar to the makings of a backpack (duh!). The centerpiece of the shoe, as always, is the “N” logo, which is treated with brown suede to continue the backpack theme.
This collection features five tonal colorways: black, orange, green, red and blue. Each pair comes with an actual backpack that color coordinates with the pair you purchased. These will hit all New Balance stockists late fall.
It's been a while since I last updated the fashion section of the site. I've been focusing on designing and growing the brand, but I figured this lazy Sunday would be perfect to get back into the groove of fashion blogging.
I introduce to you, the Nike Air Epic... the vintage version. That's right, these are a re-release of the 1985 classic sneakers that caught everyone's attention. Above is the Obsidian colorway, which was my favorite of the two offered. The other is a Light Bone colorway, which is also very dope, but I prefer the versatility of the blue hues.
These kicks feature a combination of suede and mesh throughout the body, as well as a padded, perforated heel with the usual Nike branding.
I do have some bad news, these are only being released in England for the time being. If you're lucky enough to get your hands on a pair, wear them with pride.
Do I even need to explain this severity of this collaboration? These three brands are at the top of their game in every aspect right now and to have them working together is a very major move for the fashion industry.
In my opinion, this is the equivalent of Jay Z and Kanye's Watch The Throne album PLUS adding Andre 3000 to the mix.
You take two classic Vans models, let CDG design them and let Supreme brand them and that is the ultimate shoe.
These are only a portion of their collaboration that will release this Summer so keep your eyes peeled for the rest of the collection because I'm sure it will keep looking better and better.
Now that the February shoe hysteria is over, people have packed up their tents and headed home from the streets they camped out on. Unfortunately for them, March will mark the return of the AJXIV. Campers, don't get to comfy on that couch because you may have to go through extreme measures to get a pair of these.
These are cold. Flat out. As you know, these are modeled after MJ's Ferrari and were originally released back in 1998 in 5 different colorways. This will be the first return of the OG Chicago Bulls colorway, so like I said before, be ready to battle for a pair on March 10th!