Posts tagged SNEAKERS
Louis Vuitton Takes Its LV 408 Trainer to the Courts

Serving as Virgil Abloh‘s first sneaker for Louis Vuitton, the LV 408 Trainer has stood out as a notable piece in the designer’s inaugural collection for the fashion house.

Looking to highlight the shoe, LV recently launched a campaign which takes the sneaker to the hardwood, investigating its unique basketball inspiration. Made in Italy, each shoe reportedly takes six hours of stitching and is made of 106 components, 20 pieces just to make the sole itself. Undeniably marked with quality, LV408 Trainer exudes an aesthetic associated with retro sportswear and informed by the luxury of LV.

Check out the campaign and head over to to pick up a pair now.

The Return Of The Reebok Classic

Love them or loathe them, the '90s favourite Reebok Classics are back on the fashion radar, with bloggers  spearheading the retro trainer renaissance. But if you remember them first time round, will you stick to time tested wisdom and leave well alone or bravely embrace the old-school look?

A mix of sporty and luxe (the combo of leather and nubuck making them an easy off-duty piece), the selection of colours brings a touch of masculinity to the chunky style. It may seem like a daring throwback, but street style stars prove you can put an adult spin on the look – just add tailored trousers and a camel coat  or a total denim outfit like me and treat them like a fun alternative to Stan Smiths or Nikes.

New Balance M1500 “Gentlemen’s Choice” Pack

This fall, New Balance unveils the 1500 “Gentlemen’s Choice” Pack. Proudly crafted at the brand’s UK factory in Flimby, Cumbria, the pack couples the brand’s sporting heritage with a dapper semblance. Available in two colorways, the M1500 is dressed in coffee brown leather on its upper, with an option of tonal and navy overlays. Matching laces and embroidered stitch detailing take on the tongue, while a white ENCAP sole and black outsole finish off the sneaker with a classic look. Reappropriating traditional footwear styling for the modern day, New Balance presents another bold design as part of its Made in England range.