Tag Archives: footwear

Gabor Shoes launch new Athleisure range in SS2020 collection


Gabor Shoes have been a go-to brand for comfortable ladies’ footwear for over 50 years. This year, with a focus on the growing athleisure market, the brand have launched a new Summer/Spring collection that includes contemporary trainers and stylish sandals. Designed to be versatile and suitable for most outings, the …

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WANT Les Essentiels launch mens footwear collection

With the unveiling of the Jamaica House, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie’s third instalment of their experiential brand showcase at Pitti Uomo, comes the exciting announcement that the beloved travel and accessories brand will be launching their inaugural men’s footwear collection for Spring/Summer 2015. Co-founders Byron and Dexter Peart …

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My Adidas ZX5000 Tie-Dye

Cast your mind back to 1989; Boris Becker won Wimbledon for the third time in four years, the first full episode of The Simpsons premiers on Fox TV and it was the year Adidas released the ZX5000. Originally designed as a simple running trainer that focused on comfort, the Adidas …

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Nike get a tick from me

Trainers are not only a wardrobe essential for gym-goers but are now sitting firmly in fashion followers closets. This summer the only shoe on my lips, is Nike Roshe Run and boy, haven’t Nike done well this time. The unisex trainer bodes well for every season with bright colours, to …

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The return of the Birkenstock

Growing up my mother always had a big obsession with ‘comfort shoes’, aka ugly shoes, so I thought. It didn’t matter how many times I would take her shopping and introduce her to a nicer pair of flat sandals, my mother would remain closed off and wouldn’t budge from wearing …

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Converse: Clean Vs Dirty

Converse trainers are a staple shoe and have reached iconic status as something which stands for youth and rebellion, whatever style tribe you belong to. Kurt Cobain wore them during the 90s grunge era, while NWA were adopting them into hip-hop culture. Converse and celebs Pop princesses like Rihanna and …

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