Inspired by Karhu’s original casual footwear design Finnish footwear brand Karhu is rich in athletic heritage and innovative design, utilising its sporting history and archive to build a classic casual footwear offering that is synonymous with expertise, quality and craftsmanship. The Karhu Trampas first appeared in the 1960s as a running shoe designed with a focus on more regular training needs in mind. The introduction of design details including a more padded heel collar and better arch support, paved the way for the Trampas to be worn by both Finnish... Read More
Karhu goes back all the way to 1916. Since then, the brand has innovated trainer and apparel silhouettes each and every season. Although the brand adapts to new trends, the Karhu Originals still give a nod to their heritage. Uniquely, Karhu does not just recreate silhouettes from the past, they use them as a foundation to then adapt to meet their current standards and aims. The brand first became known for its record breaking running trainers.
Born in East London, Stepney Workers Club is inspired by inclusive culture and old school workers sports clubs. The brand has always followed one key message within all their collections 'Freedom Of Sport, Freedom Of Thought.'
Following the success of their relaunch last year, the Autry has quickly become a Stuarts London favourite. As the first store in the UK to stock the brand we are really exciting to announce that we will be restocking for SS21. In this blog we'll be giving you a sneak-peak at SS21 and what we know so far.
It all began in 2007, when Jason Markk created a line of specialised, luxury skincare accessories and shoe care solutions. Since its creation, the brand has grown and has since become one of the go to brands for premium shoe care. The brands ideals are simple, just like the products - it wants to promote a culture of care and promote the quality of each of their products. Another important value the brand holds close is the experience, each and every product should give you a great experience in caring for your shoes - not only as it works effortlessly with great results but that everything from the packaging to the ingredients is luxury.
adidas Originals have had a long association with the Boston Marathon and it is exciting to see this latest release of the Boston Super in University red. Making the first debut in 1984 on that venerated route from Hopkinton to Back Bay - they are back in the original silhouette. With a subtle makeover to this iconic shoe, it is finished with soft vintage suede and nylon mesh. Adding extra premium feels to the sneaker, three metallic leather stripes add a bold feature.
When you think of adidas and its place in sport, it probably conjures up images of football shirts covered with sponsorship's and branding or the flash of the three stripes on the athletics track. What you probably don't think of is table-tennis. And yet, in the opinion of many, the brand produced one of the best looking shoes they ever made for the sport. The shoe produced a cult following that lives on to this day.
When Mephisto founder and designer Martin Machalei first drew up the designs for the Rainbow shoe – he set out to design the best shoe in the world. This is a bold claim to put on anything, especially with something as finicky as shoes. How do you define the ‘best’ shoe anyway? That’s what we’re here to explore.