The Sneaker Releases That Celebrated Black History Month 2016 This February

It’s been declared by many online that this year’s Black History Month may have been the “Blackest” one yet. Beyonce snatched our just grown back edges with her “Formation” video and electrifying ode to The Black Panthers during the Super Bowl 50 Half-Time Show. Kendrick Lamar gave a compelling performance at the Grammys as he also took home Best Rap Album for To Pimp A Butterfly. The … Continue reading The Sneaker Releases That Celebrated Black History Month 2016 This February

15 Pairs Of Sneakers I Wanted To Blow Checks On In 2015

Okay, okay! A majority of the sneakers listed below don’t exactly break the bank. We’re not talking about Balmain over here (tears for the other half of the size 10 leopard Giuseppes that were apparently lost at Barneys New York in Manhattan last winter). But being a lover of sneakers that are unorthodox or limited edition can cause a frenzy for both your unsatiated thirst … Continue reading 15 Pairs Of Sneakers I Wanted To Blow Checks On In 2015

Stadium Goods Is New York City’s Latest Sneaker Shop With A Friendly Approach

Sneaker culture, a once somewhat underground motion for those who appreciated the creation and legacy of sneakers (to a fandom agree), is today a regular facet of New York City fashion. The Brooklyn Museum this past summer hosted an exhibit titled The Rise of Sneaker Culture that chronicled the footwear from the original Converses to the Puma and Stan Smith for Adidas’ of the 1980s … Continue reading Stadium Goods Is New York City’s Latest Sneaker Shop With A Friendly Approach