Whether the UFC champ wins her title bout this weekend or not, she’s won us over with her sexy shoe choices.
Athletic brands have spent millions to woo Chinese consumers. It may get easier — and more competitive — in 2022.
The China product uses “Qiaodan,” Jordan’s name in Chinese, and a leaping basketball player that closely resembles the Jordan logo on his Nike shoes.
Sabyasachi describes the collaboration as “extremely Parisian footwear with an Indian baroque sensibility.”
Asics America’ is guaranteeing a minimum donation of $100,000 per organization, up to $150,000. The first styles hit stores Saturday.
On the heels of Kendall and Kylie’s big announcement, here’s a roundup of other celebrity names making waves in the the shoe biz.
The designer was inspired by his love for Istanbul — and Rudolph Valentino.
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