As fans wait for the upcoming Sept. 4 live action release of “Mulan” on Disney Plus, Ruthie Davis just launched a new shoe collection inspired by the heroine.
Featuring seven pairs of shoes, each with its own unique edginess, Davis honors Mulan’s traits of strength, courage and fearlessness.
Her Warrior 1 cutout platform boot features a “Warrior Woman” graphic on the outsole and is made of neoprene, tech mesh and kidskin with a zip-back. The platform boot comes in either black or a bright red and retails for $698.
The hottest heels are indebted to stylish eras of the past, with 80s slingbacks and 90s mules making a comeback, but with flared heels and sleek lines, there's nothing throwback about these chic shoes.
If you're not quite ready to don sky-high heels yet, don't worry, there are plenty of gorgeous kitten and block-heeled sandals to cater to your desires.
Italy is rife with talented designers and shoemakers — but even among the best of the best, Italy is rife with talented designers and shoemakers — but even among the best of the best, Sergio Rossi’s legacy looms large.
The designer, who died Thursday from coronavirus, was a major influence on the industry, having created some of the most directional and iconic footwear throughout the 20th century.
Like many shoemakers of the day, Rossi learned the business from his father in the 1940s and 1950s, working alongside him in San Mauro Pascoli, a town in the Emilio-Romagna region of the country.
Queen Elizabeth's coronation on June 2, 1953 was a groundbreaking, visual feast—it was the first to be televised and was seen by 27 million people in the United Kingdom alone. A global audience rapturously watched every detail of the nearly three hour ceremony at Westminster Abbey. There was her white satin dress (designed by British designer Norman Hartnell), embroidered with the emblems of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth in gold and silver thread.
A new design pays homage to the ruby-encrusted Vivier pumps the Queen wore to her 1953 coronation.
At some given point we've all been a victim to shoe bites. The industry has answered your prayers and here are the latest shoes and heels that you need in your wardrobe.
Apart from hair fall and the battle against acne, the one thing we're constantly fighting is shoe bites. Whether it's from a pair of our brand new sneakers or the old black heels we've owned for at least 5 years, shoe bites are inevitable and only make our life miserable.
Toss those wool scarfs and mittens! It's finally time to shorten the hemline and give those knee-high boots a rest. And, this spring, there is plenty of reason to flaunt your toes and flex your feet. That's because there's a plethora of new trend-worthy sandals, shoes, and sneakers that are sure to make you feel spring-ready. Here are some of the hottest styles and prints now available from a few of our favorite footwear brands:
Equipment editor Hannah Holden takes a look at the new S-Lite golf shoe from Ecco as the Danish brand takes lightweight to the next level
Ecco S-Lite review: First impressions
The bold, rich colouring used in this range including the contrasting splash of colour on the heel of the shoe is immediately eye-catching. I tested the red version of the S-Lite, which is a very pleasing colour on the eye. There are however plenty of more muted colour tones to choose from if you prefer a more pared-down style
You must have heard that conditioning makes leather last. This is true, but you may be wondering how to condition leather. If you are interested in enhancing your leather, read on to see what conditioning the timeless material can do for you.
This article is for leather enthusiasts who are interested in keeping their leather items (bags, seats, clothes, or belts) in ‘like-new’ condition. In this overview, you’re going to learn about the types of leather, leather conditioning, leather cleaning, and leather cleaning agents.
NOTHING BEATS A NEW PAIR OF KICKS. HERE ARE OUR PICKS FOR THE BEST ROAD AND MOUNTAIN MODELS.
To maximize the quality of any ride, it’s essential that the shoes you choose fit you well. You should feel comfortable not only in the physical sense, but also in knowing that you have the best shoe for your intended riding style. While there are lots of unisex options out there, here we’re focusing on women-specific models for both the mountain and the road.