The Week in Footwear: Shoes for Crews Debuts New Look and First Women’s Collection

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Adidas is under fire for e-mail concerning Boston Marathon

Adidas put its four-striped-sneaker-clad foot in its mouth Tuesday with an ill-phrased e-mail subject line about the Boston Marathon. (Read More)

Manhattan stalwart Paragon Sports debuts new sneaker department

The retailer opened a new footwear department called Dept. 1908 Thursday in New York City. (Read More)

Sketchers launches lifestyle and performance collection

Skechers launched a new collection of women’s lifestyle and performance shoes Monday, called You by Skechers, targeting the athletic woman on the go. (Read More)

Shoes for Crews debuts new look and first women’s collection

The slip resistant footwear brand announced Tuesday it is re-launching the brand, following the introduction of a new attractive footwear collection targeted for women and millennial workers. (Read More)

Kobe Bryant and Nike want kids to get moving

Nike teamed up with basketball star Kobe Bryant for the end of the Mamba League’s first season and tournament game. (Read More)

In the Showroom: Shellys London

Satin, velvet and pink dalmatian co-mingle in Shellys London’s collection for Fall ’17. (Read More)

Aquazzura and Johanna Ortiz debut capsule collection exclusively on Net-A-Porter

Aquazzura and women’s designer Johanna Ortiz have joined forces for a capsule collection offered exclusively through Net-A-Porter. (Read More)


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