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Miembro registrado #2939 Se unió a: sáb 26 oct 2019, 04:22
The shoe's influence soon spread beyond sports when, in 1986, Queens-based rap group Run-D.M.C. released a song paying tribute to the Superstar, which they wore on- and off-stage, laceless. In a pivotal moment, the trio proudly held up the three-striped kicks in front of an audience of 40,000 - a crowd that serendipitously had an adidas employee in its midst. And so sparked an advertising partnership between the band and the brand, making it the first million-dollar endorsement deal between musical LeBron Shoes artists and a major corporation.
That ended at Coachella, when an iPhone registered Nike LeBron Shoes to Donald Glover began to mysteriously AirDrop a picture of Adidas Nizza sneakers. Those who accepted reportedly got a pair of the kicks to wear to the festival, as long as they signed a contract to actually wear the shoes and attend Glover's set.
The iconic "bloody" red soles are to Christian Louboutin what the split-toe Tabi is to Maison Margiela. The latter of which has morphed into a bevy of silhouettes LeBron 17 since it first debuted in 1988, but the controversial style lives on. Today, Maison Margiela debuted an updated version of the Tabi silhouette, this time for sneakerheads.
Glover's project is less about the product and more about the experience. It's like an Olympic sport, but with bad equipment. Surprised that the Teva is more covetable than a bodysuit worn by Beyonce or Gigi Hadid's favorite tee? It's remarkable that without much fanfare, advertising, or influencer marketing, Tevas have risen to become the shoes of the summer, but if we learned anything from summer 2018's omnipresent flip-flop or summer 2017's Nike LeBron 17 love affair with the Birkenstock, no-nonsense shoes make a big impact.
From Wandler's two-toned boots to the mesh mules from Bottega Veneta, today's modern iteration of the '90s style feels fresh yet accessible, which explains why it's gone from high-fashion to mainstream so quickly. We love it in a feminine, barely there sandal to give that minimalist look that was so popular in the '90s, says Russo. We also love it with a knee high boot that feels modern and fresh.
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