Self-lacing shoe. The product of the future foretold by Back to the Future part II is already a reality, as a pair of regular kicks and as a pair of working replica straight out from the movie.
What are the odds that someone is looking for Christmas gifts for folks who are super fans of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice (Warner Bros., 1988)? In case you are, Fun.com has a bunch, including a pair of new Beetlejuice kicks: Unisex Beetlejuice Recently Deceased Maroon Sneakers and Unisex Beetlejuice Stripe Sneakers. Any super fan will want […]
The upcoming new addition to the Nike By You (previously “NikeiD”) collection is something weird and super cool all at the same time. We are not talking about just limited, custom colorways here.
Good news, fans of Disney+’s The Mandalorian, you can soon roam the street (or Mandalore if you find a way to get there) in The Mandalorian style – thanks to this collaboration between the German sports shoe maker and Disney. And it has not one, but two designs.
Now I know how humans’ fashion may evolved from “regular” to over-the-top sci-fi fashion as seen in movies like silver screen Aeon Flux. Beatrix Aruna Pasztor is not with Balenciaga, but I think the Parisian fashion house best known for radical pieces in recent times could surely benefit from the costume designer’s future forward fashion […]
I don’t count myself as a Ghostbusters super fan, but if there’s a pair of kicks that has Proton Pack on it, well then sign me up! A proton pack is exactly what one of the two pairs of Ghostbusters x Reebok sneakers is rocking.
Marking 60 years since the debut of the now iconic Dr. Martens 1460 boots is this latest collaboration with Japanese toy maker Medicom Toy as part of the British footwear maker’s 1460 Remastered releases.
If you have watched Netflix’s Altered Carbon, you would probably have a sense of what the future of fashion will be like. But thankfully, for the future fashion connoisseurs, you don’t need to be year 2384 to be experience that kind of crazy fashion because, Walter Van Beirendonck is bringing it to you in 2020.
By now, LEGO x adidas sneakers is pretty much official even without official words from either party. And we had a good look – thanks to Round Two’s co-founder Sean Wotherspoon. However, it is only today that LEGO puts out the official words along with some images.
LEGO is on a collaboration spree that are not quite toy-related. First with IKEA for playable storage solution, then Levis’ with LEGO-infused fashion and lifestyle pieces, and now, adidas.