The Week in Footwear: Fenty Puma by Rihanna Cuts Class for Fall ’17

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How athletic brands are celebrating International Women’s Day

Industry competitors Reebok, Under Armour and Nike can agree on one thing—empowering women. (Read More)

Big Sean joins Puma’s growing list of musician brand ambassadors

Puma is creating the ultimate band with its growing roster of musician brand ambassadors. (Read More)

Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk raises $1.6M for children

The Skechers Foundation held its eighth annual Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk along with a check presentation ceremony Thursday in California. (Read More)

A new capsule collection celebrates Brazilian leather

Highlighting the best of Brazil’s leather industry, the Centre of the Brazilian Tanning Industry (CICB) tapped Brazilian footwear designers to create capsule collections using leathers from the country’s traditional tanneries. (Read More)

Fenty Puma by Rihanna cuts class for Fall ’17

Rihanna is taking us to school in her Fall ’17 Fenty Puma by Rihanna collection. (Read More)

Ccilu taps Olympian Iván Pastor Lafuente as brand ambassador

Ccilu, a lightweight sneaker brand, announced Iván Pastor Lafuente as its 2017 Ambassador. (Read More)

Editor’s Picks: Thierry Rabotin Couture for Fall ’17

Thierry Rabotin takes color blocking to a new level for Fall ’17 with a collection that could have come straight out of a vintage Vogue editorial, or the closet of Solange. (Read More)


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