That’s a wrap! Another year, another London Fashion Week comes to a close and what a weekend it was. From A-list celebrities to streetstyle fashionistas bringing their A-game and woo-ing us with their favourite looks, we can’t help but feel inspired to hit style refresh this season. So with that in mind, we’re taking a look at London Fashion Week from the shoes up. Read more
Since Valentine’s Day is just under a week away, it got us all emotional and thinking why can’t things last forever eh? Calm yourself we’re not getting too soppy here, seeing as we’re all about the shoes we started thinking about the relationships past and present we’ve seen between some of our brands and their celebrity endorsers and collaborators.
Whilst we’re more than aware you’ve probably already been overexposed to more than enough #newyearnewyou posts for the whole of 2017, we’re still going to go ahead and throw another one at you…sorry. But hear us out – because this one isn’t going to attempt to coax you into rolling off your sofa.
There’s little worse than getting yourself a new pair of boots, you slip them on for the first time and go a jaunt about the town. What a time you had, looking great in your new boots, except from that blister you’ve now got yourself. No matter how many times it’s happened, you would never see it coming. What the real problem here is not knowing how to break them in – that’s where we come in with our handy guide on how to break in those new boots of yours.
“Wait? What’s London Fashion Week Men’s?” I hear you ask. “I thought the guy’s stuff was called London Collections: Men?” You’re correct, it was. And now it’s been changed to LFWM’s ‘cause the male population are really into their threads. And you know what they really like to wear with their threads? Converse.