Diadora has been synonymous with sporting legends since the 1980s. To celebrate this partnership, this 2020 Spring/Summer season, diadora is proud to present B.Elite, a brand icon which has been recast to evoke the 1980 OG model specially created to celebrate the epic players of that decade. The B.Elite Italia sport is an Italian-made Heritage sneaker crafted from premium leather detailing. Italian design and skilled craftsmanship for this model which is available in two colour variations.
The latest brand set to arrive online and in-store at Stuarts London is Autry, a 80’s brand being revitalised for 2020. To gain an insight into the upcoming sneaker, we sat down with the Buying Assistant here at Stuarts London to learn more about the brand, what to expect and how to wear it right.
Inspired by ‘80s hip hop style, these shoes feature a no lace design on top of the classic and timeless superstar silhouette. From the bustling streets of New York in the ‘80s where groups such as Run DMC weren’t just at the forefront of music but also pioneers of casual, street ready fashion. Among this pioneering of casual, considered street style was the now iconic superstar shoe. Now recreated with an exaggerated fat tongue and with the option to lace them or not, the shoe is perfect for those looking... Read More
Veja is the ultimate modern sneaker brand, focusing on creating contemporary styles with the most eco-friendly materials and ethical production. VEJA began creating iconic sneakers in 2005, taking time to design sneakers to ensure that they will continue to be the pinnacle of style 10 years later. Only using organic cotton directly supplied from farmers and with a fully transparent production line. VEJA makes a distinct effort to create a fully ethical and fair-trade production line without sacrificing the design of the sneakers. The V-10 takes cues from classic retro... Read More
If you are a fan of retro runners then you will already be excited at the sight of this seasons SL 80. Inspired by the late 70’s runners, the SL80 was originally designed for top athletes and featured the classic retro look of nylon uppers with added suede effect panels for durability. The cushioned sole and grippy tread added to the sporty charm of the shoe and, like many Adidas trainers, it was soon adopted on terraces throughout Europe. This particular model comes in a tonal red colour way with... Read More
To celebrate the launch we are also giving away colourways to one lucky winner. To be in with a chance of winning BOTH colourways of the STADT sneaker just in time for launch day! The highly anticipated drop is nearly here, the adidas STADT. Arriving in a brand new silhouette, the bold eye catching design is set to make a strong first appearance. The STADT is German and translates to City. Making it a true urban sneaker. Look familiar? The STADT takes inspiration from the much loved Trimm... Read More
About One of the biggest sneaker label’s of the late 80’s and early 90’s, Finish label Karhu comes with a rich history that spans back over 100 years all the way to 1916. With a name that translates to “Bear” the label is widely known for being the first brand to use the three stripes on their shoes – Adidas bought the trademark for 1,600 euros and two bottles of whiskey. The Gelato Pack In might come as a surprise, but Finns are among the highest consumers of ice cream... Read More
Last week we welcomed adidas originals latest sneaker unwrap… ‘Home of Classics.’ Their latest collections feature some of the most iconic silhouettes from adidas to date. The idea behind these sneakers is that true to their first design, they are made to get messed up. The timeless designs originally designed for sportswear have transformed the world of sneakers and have since become a go to everyday shoe for everyone. The sneakers although from the good old days, are still bang on trend for this Summer. The fresh white colourways partnered... Read More
The Air Force 1 is arguably the most iconic sneaker of all time. Making its first debut in 1982, it has since become the ultimate sneaker throughout generations for both footwear enthusiasts and for the general public. The history of the air force one first began when Nike designer Bruce Kilgore developed a high top sneaker with a grey and white colourway. The sneaker was quickly adopted by many high profile NBA players. Below is the original Nike Air Force 1 designed back in 1982 in it’s ‘white and neutral... Read More