It seems like only yesterday we were getting things kicked off with the June edit of our festival calendar, but it’s already time to take a look at what sonic treats July has in store for you festival lovers. Whether you’re jumping straight from Glasto into the next big month of music, or July is the start of your festival season – we’re here to get excited with you. Join us as we take a rundown of our top 5 picks of events this month and suggestions on what you should be wearing to each one, from the feet up.
It’s that time of year again – sale is upon us. If you’re like us and Festival tickets, holidays and other general summer activities have drained your funds faster than we drink an iced cocktail, then this will be as welcome as an ice lolly in a heat wave. Sit back and let us show you our favourite picks of the schuh summer sale.
Until recently, taking style inspiration from the Kardashians is not something we’d have championed; but you have to admit over the last couple of years, they’ve upped their game. Big time. The Yeezy effect has taken hold of the whole family and their sleek, mono signature look just doesn’t get old (Kim’s perspex pregnancy shoe nightmare aside).
The 90s have been making a welcome comeback for the last couple of seasons, so naturally we’re delighted that a brand synonymous with our fave recent decade has arrived this week. ellesse have landed with a selection of simple, understated styles for men. This has inspired us to take a look at some of our favourite 90s inspired sneaks that are in at the moment.
When it comes to Bella Thorne, there’s a lot to be envious of. From her gorgeous looks, teen celeb status and red-headed locks, life is pretty good for the rising American starlet. When she was pictured at a festival pool party at this year’s Coachella, looking all long-limbed and lovely, we wanted to steal her style (and also her long legs and abs obv).
Besides an impromptu set from Chas and Dave in the slam tent, we’ve been to enough festivals to know what you want from a weekend in a muddy field. And to prove it, we turned up to Field Day with an upside down photobooth and wellies. Needless to say, the offer of free photos and free wellies was enough to get even the cool kids of Hackney queuing round the block.
London Collections Men was introduced in 2002 as an addition to the collections already shown for Spring/ Summer and Autumn/ Winter at London Fashion Week. They look to emphasise both the creative and commercial importance of British brands and emerging talent, along with the rich culture that ignites the inspiration and success of this sector. The big event takes place from Friday the 12th June to Monday 15th of June this year – and we’re feeling inspired. So much so, we thought we’d take a look at some of our quintessential British brands here at schuh, and delve into how they’ve played a part in sculpting the UK footwear fashion scene.
Colour, colour everywhere and pom poms. Lots of pom poms. The whitewash studio was a rainbow colour, and that was before the girls arrived. If you know the Confetti Crowd, you’ll know what I’m on about. Then suddenly, in a burst of confetti (and giggling) they appeared.