In an effort to build broader consumer appeal, outdoor brands are blending trail-worthy designs and performance benefits with metro style touches.
The new crop of work boots for Spring ’16 appeals to Millennials and the broader workforce alike with fresh technologies and a fashion-forward focus.
Elevated soles up the style ante on brogues and boots with stacked heels and built-up wedges.
Consumers are increasingly willing to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes—and actually pay for it.
The quintessential ’90s-era fashion trend became the uniform of the new anti-establishment and a look and ethos that lives on today.
Deckers Brands CEO Angel Martinez calls on retailers to meet the ongoing consumer shopping revolution head-on, incorporating the latest technologies while embracing their unique tactile advantages.
Outdoor brands unleash an avalanche of designs chock-full of performance and style versatility as consumers increasingly embrace a go-anywhere aesthetic.
As the workplace continues to change dramatically, Millennials need versatility when it comes to occupational footwear.
Here’s the story of how Dee Reid left a successful pharmaceutical sales career to jump head first into shoe retailing with the opening of Heels & Hobos in Corning, NY, and—a little over a year later—couldn’t be any happier with her life-altering decision.