Around 2008 – 2012’ish there was this Brazilian intervention in ready to wear fashion. Everything from swimsuits to high heels, flip flops and bikini wax toted the country destination of Beyoncé and Alicia Keys Carnival duet “Put It In A Love Song”. Do you remember? That all kind of went away for the most part as fashion trends always do.
For years the sneaker industry has been trying to hold on to an iconic brand (Reebok) whose success ran into the late 70’s flew into the 80’s with the Freestyle line
Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.
Whether you’re an independent designer who has had their orders halted, or a freelance stylist unable to call in looks for an upcoming shoot – there’s an overwhelming question of what happens next? How do we move on from this?
Kenneth Cole & Donna Karan have created a high-end artisan collection that shows off the work of Haitian shoe-makers using insoles from Cole’s, Gentle Souls line.
In the past 5 years, we have seen a significant shift, or shall I say – decline – in the retail market with major retailers withdrawing out of the industry.
PENSOLE Partners with Make-A-Wish foundation to campaign nine wishes through footwear design.
Ethical, Sustainable, Vegan Fashion is now the new norm and everyone and their grandmother is jumping on this bandwagon. Last month was the first launch of Vegan Fashion Week in Los Angeles, held at the Museum of Natural History – a venue to appreciate
D’wayne Ewards and his team over at Pensole not only launched the first AAFF, but received a $2million injection from Footlocker. So I had some questions.
Paris Fashion Week Homme A/W2019 collections
Michael B. Jordan will be the global face for COACH Mens. Today – the line has finally launched!
Nike goes after women and digital growth