It must be a pop diva trend of late to launch a new shoe collection, adding to the already bursting-at-seams portfolios of these celebrities.
American footwear designer Stuart Weitzman will leave the position to the very experienced accessory designer Giovanni Morelli.
Who said your statement piece had to be of just one texture? Men’s Folio proves that mixing it up is the way to go.
American designer Michael Kors has launched his children’s footwear collection in Europe, following a successful debut in the US.
#DGLOVES you; expect iconic symbols and hashtags proclaiming Dolce&Gabbana’s love for your city on your shoes.
Puma’s Blaze of Glory sneaker receives a luxe update in this collaboration with Filling Pieces.
The Italian shoe maestro will work with the prolific singer for a collection that is as bold and glamorous as her on-stage persona.
The model is joined by six others, and shot by photographer Craig McDean to mark the label’s 20th anniversary.
A movement is afoot to ’empower’ women by persuading them to wear high heels, insisting Japan’s ‘kimono culture’ has led to many women having poor posture.
The French fashion house brings a dance-inspired fall collection with a surfeit of flowing grace.
The future of fashion may exist in ‘leather’ from the deep.
If there is one thing to take away from the runways this season, it is that bigger is better when it comes to accessorizing.
It is time to start updating your wardrobe for Spring/Summer 2016. We check out some celebrity collaborations for the season.
Limited to a sale of only 44 pieces, these are the first high-performance shoes to utilize the technology.
Jimmy Choo’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection promises footwear for the stylish daredevil within.
Catering to a range of skin tones, the designer is setting the tone for other to follow.
The famed shoemaker teases a collaboration with H&M, Topshop, if he can get his way that is…
Sports wear manufacturer Puma has unveiled the first fruits of a collaboration with Barbadian singer Rihanna and her Fenty label.
The iconic US department store Saks Fifth Avenue plans to open its first freestanding shoe store.
One of America’s most iconic shoes, Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star, is getting a make over.