Take a cue from the trend that has gone from the runways to the streets.
Designers love to shock and awe.
The designer referenced clunky shapes from the 1990s.
At Paris Fashion Week, the designer sent out a bevy of sandals that were equal parts kabuki and seemingly inspired by Dr. Scholl’s.
The latest collection focused on deconstructing and splicing traditional menswear pieces.
Hudson Bay’s designer-footwear buyer Thalia Tserevegou talks top fall 2016 collections and must-have trends.