Timo Weiland teamed up with Clarks USA for its Fall ’14 presentation as part of New York Fashion Week. A series of classic heritage styles including the Wallabee Ridge, Newby Jump, Desert Boot and Desert London complimented the brand’s collection of casual prep and sportswear-inspired duds, which drew on the designers’ continuant New York concept with strategically placed stripes, muted, checker plaid patterns and leather detailing.
Walk-Over, a division of H.H. Brown, teamed up with two menswear designers to create custom footwear for their Fall ’14 shows at New York Fashion Week. The Greenwich, CT-based brand turned out high shine patent leather wingtips in black, cream and burgundy for David Hart’s L.A.-inspired presentation, while styles from the latest Walk-Over collection complemented Lucio Castro’s Parisian-inspired line.
Two Ten Footwear Foundation will today celebrate its 75th anniversary on the steps of the Massachusetts State House with the presentation of a citation issued by Governor Deval Patrick. This recognizes the foundation’s outstanding service to the country’s footwear community of 250,000 members, many of whom are from Massachusetts.
New York shoe designer Ruthie Davis has joined forces with Duckie Brown for the brand’s first foray into womenswear. The Ruthie Davis (Heart) Duckie Brown collection is a culmination of Davis’ aesthetic and Duckie Brown’s ability to blend whimsical sportswear with elegant tailoring. The line features two color-blocked pumps in jewel tones including navy, fuschia, magenta and olive hues. Rich, saturated leathers in unexpected color combinations are juxtaposed against Davis’ high-shine rose and yellow gold signature architectural heels.
What do you stand for? That’s the question storied British brand Dr. Martens asks in its Spring/Summer ’14 campaign. Throughout its history, the label has been adopted by countless rebellious characters, subcultures and tribes; the people who stand out from the crowd in their own unique way.
Ugg’s first ever mobile pop-up has rolled into town in time for Sunday’s Big Game. Today and tomorrow the Warming Station will parked in front of Penn Station in New York, handing out free hot chocolate to passersby and selling scarves, hats, mittens and gloves for all to keep everyone warm during the lead up to the Super Bowl. Meanwhile the city’s four Ugg stores will be running in-store contests to win a pair of tickets to Sunday’s game.
Two Ten Footwear Foundation has elected two new officers and six new members to its 2014-2015 Board of Directors. Leading the new board will be Chairman Blake Krueger, CEO and president of Wolverine Worldwide, and Vice-Chair Diane Sullivan, president and CEO of Brown Shoe Company. New board members include David Bensadoun of Aldo, Timberland’s Patrik Frisk, Dave Grange of Lacoste, Scott Meden from Nordstrom, Liz Rodbell of The Hudson’s Bay Company, and Shoe Carnival’s Clifton Sifford.
New York City trailblazers, media and sneakerheads gathered on Tuesday at Reed Space on the Lower East Side for the launch of a capsule collection by Pony and Rothco.