The Week in Footwear: Adidas Makes First 3D Printed Shoe Available for Purchase

3 apparel trends influencing Fall’17 footwear


What works for apparel works for footwear, as evidenced by three trends shoe brands touted for Fall ’17 at FFANY. (Read More)

Drew Barrymore & John Cena join Crocs campaign


Crocs is telling fans to come as they are in the company’s new campaign. (Read More)

Michael Jordan scores legal slam dunk in China


After years of legal wrangling, Michael Jordan has scored a historic legal victory in China that may have broader implications on the future of trademarks in the country. (Read More)

Brands reveal their most popular shoes at FFANY


VAMP was in the house and pinned down the 10 top styles from vendors like Timberland, Vionic and Free People. From lightweight sneakers and weather-tough snow boots to fun and flirty heels, these shoes proved 2017 will be more diverse than ever. (Read More)

Adidas makes first 3D printed shoe available for purchase


After unveiling their first 3D concept shoe last year, Adidas announced Monday that it will be making its 3D technology shoes available to purchase. (Read More)

Puma Creepers top Lyst’s 2016 footwear trends


Online fashion retail site Lyst has released their 2016 fashion trends recap, based on consumer data collected from their site. (Read More)

Shoe-In Show Roadside: Trend forecasting with Vamp Footwear


The FDRA took its Shoe-In Show on the road at FFANY, chatting with editors and tastemakers about the biggest trends for 2017. (Read More)


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