Solestruck, the online shoe emporium and general keeper of the virtual street-wear obsessive flame, had a dream, one that many of us have had before and one that can be realized in all its rubberized glory. That dream, if you will, is the Spice Girl shoe: a graphic sneakerized vision that gives you at least four inches in height.
The store headed over to Spain to find the original purveyors of the '90s sneaker, a company that is now involved in European fast fashion. Yet, it still has its archives intact. Solestruck has brought back a handful of wild styles for both men and women (sadly, some of our favorite kicks are for the boys), and they're chock-full of serious '90s nostalgia. These might not be your everyday shoe (or maybe they are?), but no one can deny that these throwbacks certainly look fun.
One year ago today, the Rana Plaza garment-factory building in Bangladesh collapsed into a pile of twisted metal and concrete, killing 1,100, and injuring around 2,500. By far the worst apparel accident in the world’s history, the gruesome collapse was shocking but not surprising to those familiar with how the fashion read
You’ve spied the Céline slides and those gorgeous Sophia Webster butterfly heels, but now it’s time to shop super-special shoes you can actually afford. After all, a sweet pair of steppers doesn't have to come with a crazy case of buyer's remorse. In fact, this spring, our favorite shops are serving up some amazing read