Spotted platform laceups and bumblebee-striped knee socks — and a whole lot more — at the Charles Jeffrey Loverboy show.
More striped knee socks at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
Red-and-white flatforms at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
Striped socks and fanned pink-and-gray flatform sneakers at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
Another stripey platform look at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
A gold version of the flatform sneaker from Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
A relatively demure striped shoe at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
Music artist Tinie Tempah walks the What We Wear show in traffic cone orange and with his English bulldog, repeating a dogs-on-the-runway trend that everyone would like to continue.
Primary-colored piping on knee socks and trainers at the What We Wear runway show.
Plain white sneakers — and a not-so-plain entourage — at A Cold Wall’s runway show.
A striped shoe with a cork flatform at Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
Sock shoes at the Pronounce show.
Mummies wear sandals, according to the Man show.
A neatly dressed model in understated gray and black loafers uses a pair of rubber hip waders as hand accessory at the Xander Zhou show.
Yeehaw — and aloha! Western boots mix with tropical prints at Liam Hodges.
The vintage-looking trainers and white socks at the Liam Hodges show aren’t all that crazy — but they take on a whole new look when paired with a painful sunburn.
The socks-and-sandals trend has permeated men’s fashion for the past few seasons, but the hosierylike mesh socks at the Edward Crutchley show are next-level.
Neon on neon at the Iceberg show.
Real men wear pink — and pink socks — like those at the Iceberg show.
A high-contrast neon look at the Iceberg show.