The L.A.-based designer debuted a minimalist high-top for Mr Porter’s “Made in California” capsule collection.
The grid-iron star is going to try his hand at acting.
The sneaker customizer tells FN about the jobs he’s turned down and the athletes he’d like to make shoes for.
Industry insiders weigh in on if the looks of the NFL’s flashiest players resonate with today’s consumer.
According to an Instagram video posted by Sneaker Room on Oct. 27, only 17 of the 50 pairs remain.
For Cruz, it’s about high-tops versus low-tops.
Still, the New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association and the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association offered to cover any penalties.
Star athletes are not only becoming regulars on the front row these days, but they are immersing themselves into the industry as a whole.