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This comprehensive illustrated history of the sneaker covers everything from athletic wear to street style, Run-DMC to Travis Scott, Reebok to Nike Air Force 1, and limited editions to sustainability.
The stories behind the brands, designers, and sneakerheads that transformed athletic footwear into a cultural phenomenon unfold in this epic volume. From its early twentieth-century origins as a sporting shoe to the thrill of seeing Michael Jordan’s red, white, and black high-tops on the court to the swagger and style of hip-hop footwear, the sneaker has become a status marker and a coveted cult collectible.
This history of the sneaker spans Nike’s famous swish logo and global domination, the saga of the dueling brothers who respectively founded Adidas and Puma, and the enduring popularity of Off-White kicks and Vans.
With a glossary of key terms and an overview of the technological and stylistic revolutions of the sneaker, this is an essential book for understanding the streetwear universe, vocabulary, and codes; its innovators and their coveted models; as well as the burgeoning global resale economy. Through profiles of the brands; portraits of Virgil Abloh, Chitose Abe, and Travis Scott; and interviews with collector Max Limol and pop culture guru Sarah Andelman of the legendary Parisian boutique Colette, this book offers deep perspective on the creativity of the industry.
Insight into the future of sneakers and how the leading brands are committed to sustainability, customization, and gender equity reveal how the sneaker business continues to reinvent itself at the forefront of culture.
Design - Fashion - Lifestyle - Pop Culture
Something’s Off. Nike. ICONS
In 2016, sportswear manufacturer Nike and fashion designer Virgil Abloh joined forces to create a sneaker collection celebrating 10 of the Oregon-based company’s most iconic shoes. With their project The Ten975 SEK
Fashion - Lifestyle
Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book!
Back in 2002, Simon ‘Woody’ Wood was dreaming up schemes to get free sneakers. Two weeks later, he was the proud owner of Sneaker Freaker and his life was never the same. From its early roots as a punk-style fanzine to today’s super-slick print and online operations, the fiercely independent publication has documented every collab, […]849 SEK
Design - Fashion
Jeff Staple: Not Just Sneakers
A streetwear collab and sneaker legend, Jeff Staple is known the world over for his work with brands, including Nike, The Fader, and Hypebeast. This monograph documents the past twenty-five years of Staple’s most iconic work. In 1997, Jeff Staple walked into a boutique in New York City wearing a shirt he printed in his silk-screen class at […]495 SEK
Soled Out: The Golden Age of Sneaker Advertising
A riotous, 720-page celebration of sneakers and sporting legends, as told through the medium of vintage print advertising.695 SEK