Where to Shop For Ladies Large Size adidas stan smith ShoeEnter into just about any shoe shop in any town and go look at the ladies shoes department. Should you happen to be a lady who fits a normal sized shoe, then this visit to your local shoe shop is not a big deal. You do not need to give much consideration to getting a pair of shoes in your size. Your greatest difficulty is likely to be getting the shoe you need in the color you seek. And, most of the time, you will be successful in acquiring your preferred color just about every time.However, what about the remaining women who do not fit into the mold of a normal shoe size? Those who need ladies large shoes? For these women, there is almost no reason at all to go to their local shoe shops.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the brand, Converse invited 100 artists from around the world to participate in the one year 1HUND(RED) program. 10% of the proceeds from this adidas superstar program will be donated to The Global Fund to support the campaign in Africa to fight AIDS. Danish fashion brand "WOOD WOOD" is the latest to work on the 1HUND(RED) collaboration with Converse. Their Chuck Taylor in a simple one color design of grey, the upper are made with a soft suede, with irregular perforations. Wood Wood adidas trainers womens is called out on the tongue tag and as with all the 1HUND(RED) collaborations, the top lace loop is in red. Only 12 pairs will available in Hong Kong, and will sell exclusively at Juice. Via Freshness
Converse ushers in the Chinese New Year with a brand new Year of the Goat collection inspired by traditional Chinese tapestries. Featuring four new editions of the ubiquitous Converse Chuck Taylor All Star , one pair utilizes the classic canvas construction with an eclectic array of patterns while a contrast black leather toebox adds a lifestyle finish. Then there's the three Bomber Jacket inspired Chuck Taylors that bring a warm sherpa lining in to help combat the colder months air jordan while a premium black leather finish stands out. Available this Thursday, January 8th at select retailers, the collection will subsequently arrive at Asian shops the following week on January 15th, 2015.
With ComplexCon Chicago right around the corner, Converse has readied several new collaborative projects, and one of the most compelling is unquestionably Chinatown Market s duo of UV light-activated takes on the Chuck 70 . When exposed to direct sunlight, the shoe's soft pastel green/pink canvas upper switches shades, morphing into a wild and whimsical combo of blue, orange, fuschia and purple. It's essentially two shoes in one, and is perfectly in line with Chinatown Market's bold DIY ethos a piece of footwear that's designed to be activated and enhanced by the wearer's lifestyle and surroundings.
Ahead of their official debut, we were able to sit down with Chinatown Market founder/lead designer Mike Cherman, and he expounded on his history with Converse, his personal relationship with the Chuck Taylor, the meaning behind the product, and what he hoped to achieve with his co-created sneakers. For all that and more, check out the full interview directly below.Mike Cherman: That's a fun story. It was us [Chinatown Market] doing a 1-of-1 project with that sneaker, really something that we just wanted to get to LeBron. Obviously it inspired a bunch of DIY creations, which lead us towards our bigger goal of actually working with Converse. And down the road, that opportunity did open air jordan 1 up.
We had a DTG [direct to garment] printing machine in the store, and so we'd all go make our own custom shoes all the time. For me, as a customization-crazy person, I love shoes like this because I can do whatever I want to them and have so much fun with them. That truly is the core of why it's so fun to work with Converse. We have this shoe that you can do anything with. It's made of cotton canvas, one of the most malleable materials in the game, and it's great to and it's great to be able to play with that.
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