Puma is celebrating the NBA London game with the Washington Wizards defeating the New York Knicks by releasing a special Clyde Court Disrupt.
This Puma Clyde Court Disrupt comes dressed in a Red, Black and Gold color combination. Looking closer they feature woven on the upper with lions printed throughout as a tribute to the Royal Arms of England banner. Following we have Gold wrapping the heel, translucent midsole and a Red outsole.
For those that want to purchase this Clyde Court Disrupt they are now releasing at select retailers which includes JD Sports. You can also expect a stateside launch to take place very soon. Continue to scroll below to check out more images which will provide you with a closer look.
This Nike Air Force 1 Low comes dressed in a White and University Blue color combination. Constructed with a premium White leather across the upper while the same shade covers the midsole and outsole. Adding some pop is University Blue on the Swoosh logo, tongue branding and ‘NIKE’ written across the heel.
For those that are ready to purchase, this Nike Air Force 1 is now arriving at select Nike Sportswear retailers which includes Finish Line. Retail price is set at $90. Continue to scroll below to check out more photos which will provide you with a closer look.
Nike Air Force 1 ’07 3 Color: White/University Blue Style Number: AO2423-100 Price: $90
We have another Air Max 1 that has released which combines a few different colors and materials.
Keeping things simple and clean, this Nike Air Max 1 comes dressed in an Outdoor Green, Black and Sail color theme. Utilizing mesh on the base, suede on the mudguard and overlay above the toe box, leather lands on the panels. Other details includes White on the Nike Swoosh logo, Sail on the midsole and a Black rubber outsole which completes the look.
For those that are interested in purchasing the Nike Air Max 1 ‘Outdoor Green’, they are now releasing at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online at Nike.com. Retail price is set at $110. To see a detailed look, continue to scroll below for more photos.
Nike Air Max 1 Color: Outdoor Green/Black-Sail Style Number: AH8145-303 Price: $110
The Nike React Element 55 has so far gotten off to a strong start. While we have previewed a handful of pairs that has released, here is a new colorway coming soon.
Looking closer it features Light Blue throughout the upper while White lands on the Nike Swoosh logos and eyelets. Black is then applied to the laces, liner and heel tab while Grey is used on select overlays. Other details includes a darker shade of Blue on the heel clip, White React cushioned midsole and a translucent outsole.
Continue to scroll below to check out more images of this Nike React Element 55 which will provide you with a closer look. While a set release date has yet to be announced, you can expect this pair to release at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online at Nike.com soon. Retail price is set at $130.
Nike React Element 55 Style Number: BQ6166-402 Price: $130
Recently Nike Sportswear officially launched the Nike Air Max Dia which is a women’s model. Throughout the year we will see more color options added to the roster.
Next up we have a pair that comes dressed in a Pale Ivory, Bio Beige and Black color combination. Both Pale Ivory and Bio Beige covers the upper while Black hits the Nike Swoosh logos, tongue overlay, heel pull tab, outsole and within the large Air Max unit.
Nike Air Max Dia Pale Ivory Release Date
You can expect the Nike Air Max Dia ‘Pale Ivory’ to release exclusively in women’s sizing at select retailers and online at Nike.com on January 25th. Retail price is set at $110. Below you can see more images which will give you a detailed look.
Nike WMNS Air Max Dia Color: Pale Ivory/Bio Beige-Black Release Date: January 25, 2019 Style Number: AQ4312-101 Price: $110
The Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin which is inspired by the Air Max 270 is slowly releasing in new color options which includes the ‘Dark Citron’ edition.
Looking closer this pair features Yellow across the upper while Light Cream wraps the toe and heel. Following we have Light Blue on the tongue label and a trail inspired lacing system. Other details includes Black accents and a Max Air unit.
Continue to scroll below to check out more images of the Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin ‘Dark Citron’ which will provide you with a closer look. Currently a set release date is unknown, they will debut soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online at Nike.com. Retail price is set at $160.
Nike Air Max 270 Bowfin Color: Dark Citron/Light Cream-Bright Citron Style Number: AJ7200-300 Price: $160
You can expect another strong lineup of Nike Air VaporMax Plus releases this year. Coming soon is a new ‘Wolf Grey’ edition.
This Air VaporMax Plus features a Wolf Grey, Black and Dark Grey color combination. Highlighted with Wolf Grey on the upper while Dark Grey lands on the overlays. Following is the use of Black on the Nike Swoosh logos while a translucent VaporMax Air unit completes the look.
Although release information for the Nike Air VaporMax Plus ‘Wolf Grey’ has yet to be announced, they will release at select Nike Sportswear retailers and online at Nike.com soon. Once available the retail price will be $190. Continue to scroll below to check out more photos for a closer look.
Nike Air VaporMax Plus Color: Wolf Grey/Black-Dark Grey Style Number: 924453-016 Price: $190
The Nike PG 3 NASA is one of the first colorways to arrive for Paul George’s third signature basketball sneaker. Like the nickname hints, the collaboration with NASA draws inspiration from NASA’s Armstrong Building 703 in Paul George’s hometown of Palmdale, California, and honors his mission to one day leave his footprints on the moon.
Covered in a mixture of Total Orange, Black, and Metallic Silver, the mesh upper is detailed with mismatched red and blue overlays on the forefoot. Other details include space themed embroidery on the tongue and heel, the official NASA logos on the left heel and each insole, while the Apollo 16 crest is applied on the right heel. Finally, a quote that reads, “Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon,” are printed across the heel of the midsole, followed by an American flag on the right tongue, and a removable flight tag.
Retailing for $120, look for the Nike PG 3 NASA at select Nike stores and online on January 26. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The NBA All-Star Weekend is next month, and an Air Jordan 33 All-Star edition is reportedly making its debut soon. Sporting a colorway of black and metallic silver, the sneaker’s theme looks the 2019 NBA All-Star Game uniforms. Hits of red and blue accents for its trimming is added as a tribute to the 1991 All-Star Game in Charlotte, and other details consist of stars, crown logos behind the tongue tabs, Nike Air heel tabs, and graphic insoles that is also seen underneath the translucent outsole.
Retailing for $175, look for the Air Jordan 33 All-Star at select Jordan Brand stores and online on January 24. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
Chinese New Year is in February and to prepare for the holiday, this new Pharrell x adidas Solar Hu Glide ST is dropping later this week. The silhouette sports a bright red mesh upper that is contrasted with black and gold hits throughout, followed by striking details of embroidered branding on the toe box with Chinese characters on the left shoe, and thick two-tone laces. Finally, a white Boost midsole and black rubber outsole tops off the bold design.
Retailing for $150, look for the Pharrell x adidas Solar Hu Glide ST Chinese New Year at select adidas stores and online on January 26. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Neutral Grey is the next pair of Jordans for the first month of the year, and it’s dropping soon. Covered in a mixture of Neutral Grey, Hyper Crimson, White, and Black, the sneaker features grey suede contrasting black underlays for its upper. Other details include crimson for the lining and collar area, followed by white Wings logo on the ankle and tongue tag, and “SP 19 Air Jordan 1 High OG” marking shown on the side panels. Finally, a white midsole and grey rubber outsole completes the look.
The Nike LeBron 16 Equality Rise Above Pack is the latest iteration of LeBron James’ signature sneaker that promotes breaking down barriers and uniting people together no matter your race, background, or who you are. The two sets of sneakers are covered in classic hues of white and black, with one set consisting of a white right shoe with black laces, and a black left pair with white laces. Meanwhile, the other set is the total opposite, a black right shoe with white laces, and a white left pair with black laces. Both pairs are also topped off with EQUALITY branding on the heels, along with icy translucent outsoles that sport “EQUALITY” printed.
Jordan Brand’s Spring 2019 collection will be kicking off with the Air Jordan 13 Atmosphere Grey, a brand new colorway of the silhouette. The sneaker sports a greyscale theme with dark grey used for its quilted leather overlays, followed by a lighter grey hue used for the heel and mudguard. Another slightly light grey tone is seen on the midsole, while white is applied for the outsole and flows on to the toe box section. Finishing details consist of black lining, Jumpman branding on the tongue, and the signature circular hologram logo across its heels.
Retailing for $190, look for this Air Jordan 13 at select Jordan Brand stores and online on March 30. Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 13 Atmosphere Grey hub page now for everything you need to know about the sneaker and where to buy it online. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.
The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Dark Mocha will be the next iteration to drop from the rapper’s collaboration with Jordan Brand. Sporting an earthy color scheme of sail and dark mocha, the sneaker is also made of nubuck overlays and leather underlays. A highlight is the addition of a backwards Swooshes embroidered onto its lateral side, alongside a Cactus Jack tongue badge and hidden velcro pocket around the ankle region. Other finishing details consist of red Nike Air branding tongue labels, and debossed logo on the heels.
This past Wednesday in Los Angeles, Puma hosted a celebration event for rapper & PUMA Ambassador Nipsey Hussle in honor of his Grammy nomination. The Puma RS-X Trophy was displayed throughout the Peppermint Club venue, in various unique floral arrangements. Sneaker customizer Mache also created 36 custom pairs of the RS-X Trophy for Nipsey to gift everyone who helped him on the album (i.e Diddy, YG, Belly…etc.). The night also saw Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, T.I. and DJ Mustard stop by to celebrate Nipsey Hussle’s big night.
The Puma RS-X Trophies celebrates the extreme reinvention of fame in the era of social media and reality television. Out now, look for the Puma RS-X Trophies at PUMA.com and select Puma retailers.
Not only is Puma hoops back, it looks like they will also be rereleasing classic Puma basketball sneakers from their archives. First up, the Puma Palace Guard OG.
Worn and introduced by NBA Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas during the 80’s, the Puma Palace Guard OG gave players an edge on the court. Having earned its place in NBA history. Reengineered in 2019 to bring back its original glory, the shoe comes fitted with Trinomic technology on the heel and padded collar for enhanced comfort, while the microperforated toe and quarter panel provides additional cushioning. The shoe also comes with a 3D Basketball logo on the tongue, while the Red and Blue color scheme pays homage to the Detroit basketball team ahead of the March 8th global release.
A new colorway of the Puma Clyde Court was recently unveiled. Shown above, this iteration of the Puma Clyde Court celebrates the NBA London game that pitted the Washington Wizards against the New York Knicks.
Dubbed the Puma Clyde Court London Calling, this shoe comes dressed in a Red, Black, and Gold color scheme. What really sets off this pair is the all-over embroidered lion decal covering the woven upper as a nod to the three lions printed on the Royal Arms of England banner. Adding even more of a royalty aesthetic to the shoe is the Golden heel while the translucent midsole and Red rubber outsole round out the main features of the shoe. ThePuma Clyde Court London Calling is available at select PUMA stockists in the US and UK as well as at Puma.com for $120.
Emma Stone led the pack of celebrity attendees at the Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles yesterday.
The “La La Land” actress hit the red carpet in a pale yellow Louis Vuitton gown that featured long sleeves and a sensual thigh-high slit. For footwear, she selected shiny gold sandals.
Elsewhere, Constance Wu brought some sparkle to the red carpet with her look, choosing an Art Deco-inspired J. Mendel gown. The “Crazy Rich Asians” actress’ dress featured cut-out detailing at the sides and elaborate gold beading throughout.
Like Wu, Alison Brie added some sparkle to her look — but Brie did so through her footwear rather than through her dress. She stepped out in a mostly black Brock Collection gown that featured floral detailing at the top for a pop of color. Her black ankle-sandals featured elaborate crystal embellishment — they were like jewelry for the feet and showed off a wintry brown pedicure.
Also in attendance was Amy Adams. The “Sharp Objects” star wore a black Dundas gown with an ’80s-inspired puff sleeve and an asymmetrical hemline, which she paired with soaring black Jimmy Choo sandals. Adams completed her chic look with Cartier jewelry and a green snake-print William & Son clutch.
Kate Beckinsale opted for a black dress as well. She sported a black Yanina Couture gown with a full skirt and plunging neckline.
In honor of the brand’s runway show today, Ratajkowski took to Instagram to share a risqué throwback of her clad in a head-to-toe look from the label.
Taken in October 2017 at Paris Fashion Week, the image shows the 27-year-old model wearing a Jacquemus shirt dress with a plunging neckline that reveals her tanned chest. The dress features an asymmetrical hemline that shows off Ratajkowski’s toned legs.
She completes her look with mismatched sandals, one of Jacquemus’ signature items that catapulted the brand to attention. One of the sandals features an orange ball at the heel, while the other has a curved wooden heel that almost resembles the base of a lamp.
“@jacquemus ,” the “I Feel Pretty” actress captioned the sensual shot.
While EmRata did not make it out to Paris, she wasn’t entirely absent from the fall ’19 men’s shows.
The Inamorata swimwear designer made her way down the Versace catwalk in a silky, lingerie-inspired minidress with lace detailing and black cap-toe pumps, which she wore over sheer tights. The show-stopping look was completed with a high ponytail and shiny gold jewelry.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s youngest daughter, Chicago, is 1 — and the family celebrated with an epic birthday bash on Saturday.
The party was “Alice in Wonderland”-themed, with elaborate decor, activities and desserts inspired by the classic kids’ movie.
For the special occasion, Chicago sported a pastel kimono with teensy Dr. Martens boots. The tot wore her hair in two adorable buns.
Meanwhile, Kardashian and West’s 3-year-old son, Saint, looked cute for the festivities in an oversized “Kids See Ghosts” T-shirt, which he wore over sweats. While all of the Kardashian-West kids have closets filled with their dad’s Yeezy sneaker designs, Saint went with black Vans Sk-8 kicks instead as he shared a beverage with his baby sister.
The over-the-top party featured actors dressed as the Queen of Hearts and Alice, with hedges and roses rounding out the decor.
Fun activities for the kids included painting white roses red and decorating their own “mad hatters.”
The Kardashian family’s parties have become well-known for their intricate desserts, and Chicago’s first birthday was no exception. Guests dined on chocolate-covered pretzel sticks, pastel donuts and a fondant-covered, three-tiered birthday cake topped with a teapot.
Kardashian’s sisters Khloé and Kourtney attended with their own young children, and Chrissy Teigen and John Legend were also guests.
Teigen wore a cheetah-print duster with jeans and black ankle-strap sandals as she posed for a photo alongside daughter Luna, who was clad in a princessy dress and Minnie Mouse ears shaped from balloons.
When Drew Brees steps out on the field at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans today, he’ll be wearing a custom pair of cleats.
Sneaker customizer Marcus Rivero, who goes by the name Soles By Sir, took to Instagram today to reveal the design he created for Brees.
The customized cleats are an homage to the New Orleans Saints quarterback’s life, with the logos of his high school (Westlake High School in Texas) and college (Purdue University) emblazoned on the inner part of the foot.
The outer portion of one shoe features a patch honoring the late Saints owner Thomas Benson, while the other has the names of Brees’ wife and four children on it.
The back of the 40-year-old’s cleats features his age written in glittery gold. The footwear is Nike — the brand that Brees is sponsored by.
“Any athlete will tell you, the game is fun, the money is great, but being able to do what you love in front of your family is what it’s all about. Every athlete has a story, I’m just blessed that from time to time I have the opportunity to try and paint it on their work boots,” Rivero wrote of the cleats on his Instagram page, where he shared the image with his 64,000-plus followers.
After playing college football at Case Western Reserve University for a year, Rivero transferred to University of Miami, where he graduated from in 2005 with a degree in business. In years since, he has become one of the most well-known sneaker customizers around, working with players from the NFL, MLB and NBA.
Moss was chic in a shiny leopard-print coat, black trousers and shiny black boots as she hit up the front row.
She was joined by Robert Pattinson, who dressed in a dark look: a long coat, baggy pants and shiny black shoes. The “Twilight” star’s hair covered up much of his face.
One of the most risqué front row looks came courtesy of Cindy Bruna. At Friday’s Balmain show, Bruna wore a silver and black blazer with no shirt underneath, which she paired with black joggers and black-and-white pumps.
But the most star-studded front row may have been at the Adidas MakerLab Presents: Here to Create show on Friday. Karlie Kloss, David Beckham and Jonah Hill made up the audience. All three were clad in matching white Adidas footwear.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley gave a businesslike ensemble a supermodel twist with an unexpected, fishnet top.
The 31-year-old model-turned-businesswoman posted an image of her look — which she wore to the Rose Inc. x BeautyPop dinner — to her Instagram account yesterday.
In the shot, Huntington-Whiteley wears a black, fitted Paco Rabanne pantsuit as she poses for a mirror selfie. But rather than opt for a button-down shirt or a silky blouse, the former Victoria’s Secret Angel selected the revealing fishnet shirt that’s definitely not safe for work.
The silver-tone Paco Rabanne top has a high neckline and stone embellishment throughout. Huntington-Whiteley layered hers over a black bralet for a little bit of coverage.
“Last night at #roseincxbeautyconpop ,” the “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” star captioned the image.
For footwear, the British beauty selected Jimmy Choo’s “Minny” sandals, a popular style for the red carpet that has been chosen by stars such as Olivia Munn, Diane Kruger and Kendall Jenner.
The catwalker’s sleek shoes were black with a stiletto heel and an ankle-strap, which hid underneath her slim-fitting trousers.
Huntington-Whiteley wore her blond hair tucked back underneath her blazer and accessorized with stud earrings.
Rose Inc. is a beauty website founded by Huntington-Whiteley, who also serves as editor-in-chief. The “Mad Max: Fury Road” actress offers beauty products available to shop on the the website, as well as tips and tutorials for fans to learn more about hair and makeup.
Bella Thorne popped in a racy look as she hit up a Las Vegas club opening yesterday.
The 21-year-old hit the red carpet in a cleavage-baring top, which she wore tucked into a Realisation skirt with red heart detailing on it. The skirt was cinched in at the waist with a skinny black belt. The “B****h I’m Bella Thorne” singer skirted traditional beauty standards with her look, opting to leave her legs unshaven.
For footwear, the “Midnight Sun” actress selected strappy red sandals. The sandals featured bow-detailing and a stiletto heel. Thorne revealed a shiny burgundy pedicure in the open-toed shoes.
The Disney Channel alum wore a black leather coat draped over her shoulders and accessorized with some funky silver-tone jewelry. She completed her look with white, round Chanel sunglasses, which she took off her face for photos. She wore her brownish hair in loose waves flowing down her shoulders.
Thorne was accompanied on the red carpet by older sister Dani, who opted for a black-and-white look that was broken up by her multicolored, pastel hair.
The DJ wore a black dress with sheer paneling at the stomach and a see-through skirt, which featured a sensual slit. Dani’s shoes were chunky white lace-up boots with a ridged platform sole.
Hedi Slimane showed his first menswear show as Celine creative director, and the front row was predictably star-studded.
One of the biggest names to make it out to today’s show, held at Paris Fashion Week Men’s, was Courtney Love.
The 54-year-old punk-rock vocalist went with an edgy all-black ensemble, sporting a sheer black button-down top with shiny leather pants. The Hole singer layered a black velvet duster over her shirt, choosing thigh-high suede boots to complete her look.
Also showing his support was Off-White designer Virgil Abloh, who was similarly clad in black but added a pop of color to his outfit with a pair of green gloves. Abloh wore a leather jacket, a black hoodie and dark pants. The Louis Vuitton men’s creative director finished off his ensemble with casual black Nike sneakers with white detailing.
Natalia Vodianova — who was on hand for Abloh’s Louis Vuitton show on Thursday — went with a chic all-black ensemble. The model dressed in a black minidress with shiny black polka-dots, which she paired with edgy ankle-boots.
Vodianova accessorized with a veiled black hat for a look that seemed as though it could have been plucked off the runway — and in fact, her look was pulled straight from the runway. The full ensemble appeared in the spring ’19 Celine show, Slimane’s first as creative director for the label after he replaced Phoebe Philo at the helm of the French fashion house.
And while it was featured more quietly at Paula Gerbase’s John Lobb, at Cottweiler in London it came fused with a Reebok sneaker. We confidently predict it will be everywhere for fall.
Elsewhere in the Celine collection, there were an abundance of monk strap dress shoes and enough ankle boot action to please fans of a more classic Slimane aesthetic.
While sneakers might not have been in the spotlight on the runway, there will likely be plenty rolling out too once the Celine merch machine gets into its stride. (The spring women’s collection features many styles that were absent from Slimane’s first catwalk collection.)
The show tonight took place in a huge black Celine-emblazoned box on a grand Paris thoroughfare, Place de la Concorde. A beautiful geometric light installation traveled the length of the runway at the beginning and end.
While the collection might not be as buzzed about as Slimane’s women’s debut, it was universally well received – and will likely fuel LVMH sales. Which is the whole point, right?
It doesn’t take very much to see why Princess Diana has been earning more time in the spotlight lately. There’s always been an uncanny fascination around the royal family, and with the press following Meghan and Harry’s every move post-wedding, it’s reached a fever pitch. Our curiosity extends even further to every other member of the royal family, past and present. It’s the reason nostalgic photos of Princess Diana outfits keeps popping up all over Instagram.
The Princess of Wales was a style icon of her generation, and while her outfits will always be celebrated, the particular silhouettes she was wearing back then have never been more relevant than they are today. Thanks to the revival of all things ’80s fashion, Lady Di’s wardrobe seems to have predicted a number of 2019 trends that, were she around today, she’d surely be wearing.
From her version of the perfect party dress to the denim trend she predicted decades ago, keep reading to see how Princess Diana wore 2019’s biggest trends first and better.
Lingerie shopping can be so personal. I know for me, it takes a lot for a new bra to impress since I’ve tried way too many uncomfortable or unsupportive options. Recently, I found a bra that was so comfortable that it totally changed the way I thought of my whole collection. But when I was talking to my friends, I realized that everyone shops for lingerie with such different ideas in mind. For instance, my smaller-chested friends are always showing off their adorably dainty bralettes, while my larger-chested friends wouldn’t dare to invest in a bra without a supportive underwire.
To make the whole lingerie shopping experience much easier, it all comes down to knowing what you’re looking for in your undergarments. Which is why I’m breaking down the best places to buy different types of lingerie. From the site with the best lace pieces to where to head for classic staples, read about the 10 best places to refresh your lingerie collection.
I started working in fashion about a year and a half ago, and I’m not going to lie, joining this world of ever-changing trends and styles was incredibly daunting at first. You can probably only imagine how I felt on my first day walking into the Who What Wear offices, overwhelmed by the effortlessly chic women who work here. But as I settled in, I realized that I didn’t need to be intimidated, but rather I could learn a lot from my stylish co-workers. Now I can safely say they’ve taught me pretty much everything I know.
The most important lesson I’ve learned from the likes of Lauren and Michelle? How to effectively shop on a budget. I’ve come to believe it’s probably the most valuable skill for a girl like me to have. Not to pat myself on the back, but I think I’ve gotten pretty good at it over time. In fact, I’d go as far as to call myself a professional budget shopper. Kidding, but only kind of. But trust me when I say that I now know the ins and outs of finding affordable pieces and where to look to find budget-friendly shopping success.
My favorite retailer for these types of buying sprees is Shopbop. Between the wide selection of covetable styles and the Amazon Prime–eligible free shipping, Shopbop is an underrated source for the best selection of affordable pieces. It’s my forever go-to for under-$200 items that keep my wardrobe fresh and interesting, so I’ve decided to share with you what I’m currently coveting from the retailer. Shop my wish list below.
We’d be lying if we said you’re going to be instantaneously obsessed with this shoe trend. Hence the title. It’s going to take some getting used to. The S/S 19 collections presented last September showed us a lot of things. Some were glamorous, some were nostalgic, and others were downright confusing. “Tourist sandals” were undeniably among the confusing set. The rubbery soles and unflattering straps were all our eyes could focus on whenever they were present, and we couldn’t help but wonder how the general public would respond.
The good thing about the fashion crowd is that they love a good controversy. Giant dad sneakers? Down. Laura Ingalls Wilder dresses? Done. Sandals that look like they belong on a tourist walking around Disneyland with three fanny packs on and a map open? Definitely. We know; we know. We haven’t been packaging this shoe trend in the most positive light, but that’s because we’re confused about it ourselves. We know this trend is “cool” in the sartorial world, but will it hold its own out there among all the people who don’t know who Sandy Liang is and who still don’t understand why someone would pay more than $30 on a pair of shoes? Who’s to say?
There is one thing we know for certain: If you’re reading this, you probably love fashion, and you’re probably willing to take risks and push boundaries, which is why we love you. With that said, this is a shoe trend you’ll have to get used to. Whether you hate it now and love it later or vice versa, the “tourist sandal” trend is more than just a trend. It’s a movement. And in case it wasn’t clear, we are here for it fully.
Go on to see this 2019 shoe trend on the runway and Instagram, and then shop our favorite styles.