The evolution from the running track to the runway was a gradual progression for sneakers, yet the recent years have sparked this phenomenon to its zenith – bellowing eternally. Why opt for sky-scraper heels because the unpresuming sneakers are gaining momentum, and my toes could not be more ecstatic for this comfy-shoe transition. The ultimate sassy way to present the title of I’m a cool girl to your favourite summer dresses, or skirts are furnished by pairing them with sneakers from the best sneaker brands.
The stature of being the biggest trendsetter was bestowed on Nike in 2016 when they had time travelled to the future and created the innovative Marty McFly’s self-lacing sneakers. This brand incorporates technological revolution – Flyknit uppers and NikeID personalization – that has bestowed on them a long track record of top-notch performance. They fashion products that are authentic and reliable. Their mastery has been a blend of retro sneakers like the Cortez and the Blazer to sneaker lineages from Air Max to Air Jordan.
The dashing innovations in footwear can be attributed to Adidas. Despite fierce competition from Nike, this brand has outstripped the other owing to the featherlight materials and stimulating sole technology. Their eternal classics are still etched in our hearts – the Superstar, Gazelle, and Stan Smith Yet, the contemporary R & D lab of the brand has been raved about, while Ultra Boost remains the gamechanger. Now, Adidas is venturing into 3D printing as a production method for seminal webbed sole units.
It is a moment of celebration when what was trendy during your grandmother’s period is still a fashion statement – and that’s converse with its global acclaim and has withstood the test of time for almost a century. The last century has revolutionized our mode of transport, television, mobile phones, and finally ushered the snowballing of the Internet – with these changing times, one thing has remained a constant, and that is Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star. The genesis of this shoe can be traced back to 1917, the iconic basketball shoe still remains the same and is s smash hit even today in the UK and the US.
When the luxury New York sneaker brand presented its Achilles Low model in 2004, the global market was passionate about it. The reason being this minimalist trainer and every minute detail meticulously fashioned – was simply a plain, leather sneaker, but people went nuts about it. The Italian leather, magnificent streamlined shape, and the durability made it the ideal complement from a suit to shorts.