We all have feet 🦶, here are some of the most innovative examples of footwear, anywhere.
With vivacious, colorful models showcasing shoes by Margaret, we see fashion and fun colliding in style.
Inspired by the sinking feeling and difficulty of running on sand, these striking resistance trainers are the brainchild of Aarish Netarwala.
Converse releases their first pro basketball shoe in decades, with a nod to the original Chuck Taylor All Star.
Nike's new Plant Color Collection and Flyleather product point to a more sustainable future.
Some fun and quirky illustrations by Cabeza Patata for the New York Times Style section.
Sneaker design has entered a new, hyper-stylized period, where artists, musicians, and others have begun collaborating with athletic companies. The results have been strange, interesting and awesome, making footwear a much more expressive experience.
A fun and visually inspiring campaign for El Naturalista shoes, where feet are stepping off of floating environments.
Shore is a London-based company making beautiful, waterproof, UV-resistant rugs that would work as well in an office as they would poolside.
A better, more eco-friendly shoebox called Viupax is here to make the footwear industry more sustainable.
A curving, organic typeface for the new Adidas Nemeziz soccer shoe.
A visually tasty look at the 2017 Nike Air Max, told through metaphors of space and form.
Nike's Unlimited Stadium uses an all-LED running track and RFID to create a next-level workout experience.
Adidas has partnered with Carbon for their Futurecraft 4D printed shoe.