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Tretorn Debutes the André 3000 Benjamin Spring 2018 Footwear Collection

In What's New, Footwear by Ann Loynd

Debuted last week at ComplexCon in Long Beach, CA, Tretorn’s first-ever footwear collection by André Benjamin (a.k.a. André 3000) is available for sale today. The relationship between the iconic Swedish footwear brand and globally renowned recording artist, songwriter and style icon was kismet, and Benjamin’s collection was inspired by his personal collection to the show was he was going up in Atlanta.

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Bucketfeet Relaunches Shoes With On-Demand, Zero-Waste Model

In What's New, Industry News, Footwear by Ann Loynd

Today, Chicago-based brand Bucketfeet (originally launched in 2011), returns with its mission to support creatives globally. The unisex artist-designed sneaker line is relaunching with an on-demand, direct-to-consumer model that boasts zero waste. When consumers order a style, it will be made-to-order and delivered within 10 days. Continuing with its mission …

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TREND FINDER: ATHLEISURE

In Fashion, Trend Finder, What's New by Courtney Ignelzi

Fashion

While the athleisure trend continues to rise, for S/S 17 accessories are getting updated with new tech savvy technology, performance materials and of course on trend details! From metallic sneakers to sophisticated everyday backpacks, sport-inspired designs are feminine and functional for the modern women! WHERE TO FIND MARBLE PRINTS AND …

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Trend Finder: Denim

In Trend Finder, What's New by Accessories Staff

Denim is not just about wearing jeans now. For Pre-Fall ’16, denim is a hot accessory trend. Selections available include chic compact cross body bags and clutches, fedoras, and even sneakers and espadrilles. Where to Find Denim (Sponsored):   Colette Malouf Denim Tie Dark Blue Turban Style Number: 16SH-478-811-DBL SRP: …

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Item of the Day: Sneapers

In Item of the Day, What's New by Jeff Prine

There are those—and you probably know dozens—who only wear sneakers in rain, snow, sun, with suits, with dresses, with shorts. Omnipresent though they are, sneakers aren’t usually considered loungewear. You kick off your kicks to watch TV, surf the net or lay back. But what does a sneakerhead wear indoors? …