Shopping results

1 2 3 4
 

This entry was posted on Saturday, August 27th, 2011 at 7:49 pm and is filed under FASHION, HOME and tagged with Street Style, Street Style 2011. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

1 / 7 2 / 7 3 / 7 4 / 7 5 / 7 6 / 7 7 / 7 Alexander McQueen x PUMA 2012 Spring/Summer Street Climb Mid Leather Building momentum through a successful string of Spring/Summer 2012 footwear releases, Alexander McQueen and PUMA debut the latest Street Climb Mid, this time making...

D&G Trainers for Men in Black Leather These Dolce & Gabbana trainers are made from leather and suede. The D&G branding is evident from the embossed logo on the side of the trainer. There are also embroidered D&G logos on the tongue of the trainers and the heel. These trainers have a lace-up...

Blog phenomenon Sole Digger has taken fashion by storm with I Dig Your Sole Man and he'll be providing us with some of his latest, favourite trainer shots. RWD love men's trainers, so when we came across I Dig Your Sole Man, we spent a significant amount of time browsing through the images....

Leading sports brands such as Nike and adidas have started to produce innovative models for the more affordable end of the market, while high street labels such as COS are beginning to try their hand at inexpensive trainer design too. So, if you want to update your footwear collection...

that trainers have edged their way into the fashion canon over the past few years. Even Tom Ford, a designer famed for his sexy, smart eveningwear, showed a trainer-heavy (or 'tennis shoes' as he likes make to a point of calling them) collection back at London Collections: Men in...

But when it comes to investing in a decent pair, where do you start? To help you navigate through the somewhat overcrowded world of trainers, we've rounded up the hottest and most coveted new releases below. Back from its late nineties slumber, Ellesse brings us a clean update on its...

Why? Because almost half of the men we captured on the streets of major fashion capitals are opting for trainers over classic shoe styles – regardless of whether their look skewed totally casual or tailored. Which means there'll be less call for that salt bath. – Want more street style?...

, Simons is a self-trained menswear designer whose knowledge of sleek architectural form and contemporary design is inherent within his work: An article on top trainer styles couldn't be written without the mention of the ever-popular Converse shoe. A ubiquitous feature of streets the world...

Dover Street Market taps Common Projects for the retailer's latest footwear collaboration, centering around the brand's flagship Achilles silhouette in a duo of colorways. The low-profile kicks are built with a leather upper in either white or black shades, sitting on a rubber midsole finished...