Designersneakers 2.0

You who exclusively carries welted leather shoes from brands with the 200-year heritage and looking sneakers that “something for the tennis court” can stop reading now. This post will be about the right sneakers. Or even worse designersneakers.

Long has it been said that designersneakers is the smaklösaste. And in many cases it is completely obvious that the big fashion houses have realized the advantage to peddle shoes that really would have cost 5-600 bucks for it ten times by flashy brands.

Although this was never likely to be a category for those who want the most bang for your buck so starts to things change. Common Projects showed with his brutally simple design language that it’s actually possible to combine exclusive sneakers with style. More and more manufacturers now seem to move away from the brand the witch hunt to instead focus on more lavish materials with discreet branding.

For that, you can’t get away from that sneakers today has a prominent place in the modern shoe closet. And apart from models with flashy logos, they can actually be quite beautiful in form.

New York-based Common Projects is a success story like no other recent seasons where the simple recipe is stripped-down form with beautiful materials. Among other things, buying via C-Store.

Tod’s is spending this season in a far more casual design with deck shoes and not least sneakers.

Barker Black’s concept that by döskallemotiv do classic leather shoes a little more rock ‘n roll takes this season reflected in a pair of classic white sneakers that are decorated with the brand’s distinctive lapel pin flower.

Lanvin sneakers have long been hot game among modehipsters and Hollywood stars. When Michelle Obama during a charity event in a couple created the heavy headlines. One side called it total ill judged to raise money for the homeless in a pair of sneakers for 4000, while others praised her for her modern style.