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When it was time to give a fresh take on the classic Adidas Forum shoe, L.E.A.D.’s youth ambassadors were all in. They embossed a map of Atlanta on the shoe’s heel overlay.
Chris Francis's work is at once sculptural, architectural, and avant-garde. His shoes are on display at SCAD FASH now through December 8.
Fast fashion is notoriously wasteful. But for Sara Irvani, the 29-year-old CEO of Third Oak, a new brand from local footwear company Okabashi Brands, sustainability is key.
This season’s coastal finds are all about bold stripes, earthy accessories, and playful patterns.
With André 3000 + Tretorn, Reebok x Future, and Cherokee County’s new Adidas “Speedfactory," Atlanta is marking itself as a force for stylish footwear.
You might not expect to find one of the city’s best shoe selections next to a Great Clips and across the street from a GameStop, yet this Edgewood Shopping Center boutique offers an expertly curated inventory of edgy Jeffrey Campbell booties, Seychelles loafers, and Free People flats.
The 42-year-old half of Outkast is a long-time fan of the brand, reminiscing of the days he wore Tretorns in the halls of Tri-Cities High School.
Adidas is auctioning off this limited edition running shoe, part of a series that features one design for all 50 states.
The fashion world descends on SCAD’s Atlanta, Savannah, and Hong Kong campuses this week for the 12th annual SCADstyle. The weeklong series of lectures and conversations (chaired by Imran Amed, founder of fashion news site Business of Fashion) brings together glossy magazine editors, A-List fashion and interior designers, and industry insiders. And you don’t have to be a student to mingle with the crowd; all events are open to the public, and most are free.