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The Week in Footwear: Nike Celebrates Women’s Running Milestone in New Collection

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Vans reveals highly anticipated Toy Story collaboration

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After images leaked on Instagram late last month, Vans has revealed their collaboration with Pixar’s Toy Story. The collaboration will feature character-themed sneakers from Pixar’s first film on Van’s classic silhouettes and apparel. (Read More)

Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma takes a regal turn in Paris

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The current queen of fashion week, Rihanna, presented her Spring ’17 Fenty Puma by Rihanna collection in grandiose style on Wednesday during Paris Fashion Week. (Read More)

Nike Celebrates women’s running milestone in new collection

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Nike is celebrating the accomplishments of the legendary runner Joan Benoit Samuelson—who won the first Olympic Women’s marathon in 1984—with the release of a new collection. (Read More)

For millennials, brand loyalty falls along party lines

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Clinton or Trump isn’t the only choice dividing the country. Among millennials, the choice of which brands to shop at is falling along party lines too. (Read More)

5 ugly shoes the fashion world can’t stop talking about

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Like the anti-trend “normcore,” and subversive fashion darlings Vetements, “ugly” clothing is having a strange rise in popularity among trend setters. Maybe the rise of ugly is a response to the breakneck speeds of trends powered by the internet and social media or the feeling that designs are disposable because of fast fashion retailers like H&M and Zara. (Read More)

The Rorsted era has begun at Adidas, but where does the brand go from here?

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Adidas is on a hot streak, and is looking to incoming CEO Kasper Rorsted to keep it going. Rorsted officially took over the role of chief executive on Saturday from outgoing CEO Herbert Hainer, who has been with Adidas AG since 2001. (Read More)

SAS supports breast cancer awareness with limited edition styles

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San Antonio Shoemakers (SAS) have announced a partnership with Living Beyond Breast Cancer, FFANY and QVC for Breast Cancer Awareness month with a new collection that will raise money to help fight the disease. (Read More)

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