Hey, you! Yes, YOU! You, the savvy reader of this blog. In case you did not know it, you are … More
It’s not news that a pair or two or three or 50 of fresh sneakers is an essential part of … More
Can something be too Instagrammable? That is the question, savvy reader. Our initial thought is, “Yes, yes something can be. … More
This decorative installation artwork at the Converse concept store in Santa Monica, in Los Angeles, is a spooky and clever … More
We recently popped into the Rag & Bone store on Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Venice, in Los Angeles, to try … More
We went gallery hopping in New York City on the weekend, which meant we did a lot of walking around … More
This fresh wheatie street art piece by UnCuttArt (the artist a.k.a., “UnCasso”) went up on a wall on Ludlow Street … More
From Closer Productions, writer-director Matthew Bate’s amusing short film “The Mystery of the Flying Kicks” explores the various origin stories, … More
“H-Edge” is a super cool stainless steel sculpture by British-based designer Cecil Balmond installed a few days ago in the … More
The innovative, popular and charitable shoe-making company Toms has recently opened a coffee roaster and cafe in an airy bungalow … More
Cool collection of (fake-distressed?) vintage-classic Converse sneakers at the Fred Segal shop in Santa Monica, in Los Angeles.
We replaced our favorite pair of salmony-red Van’s lace-up sneakers after the canvas got torn on the edge of a … More
There was a massive, crazy-ass long line at the original Lafayette Street branch of Supreme early Thursday morning in SoHo, … More
The choice of footwear says a lot about our stylistic sensibilities. This week we ventured in James Jebbia’s collaborative universe … More
Now that we’re finally getting some real summer weather here in New York City, we’ve busted out a pair of … More
“A,” the art director on one our current projects, shows off his brand-new, super-rad summer Fred Perry sneakers.