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This Week in Footwear: Wolverine 1000 Mile Releases Keystone Collection

Rockport launches Made for Movers campaign

On Wednesday, Rockport unveiled a new look for Fall ’16 inspired by the movers and shakers who shape the brand. The new “Made for Movers” campaign spotlights the brand’s passionate shoe makers and keys into the concept that looking good and feeling good shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. (Read More)

Coach comeback takes hold with help from Stuart Weitzman

Coach Comeback
Coach Inc. announced its fourth-quarter earnings Tuesday, including results from Stuart Weitzman, and beat analyst expectations. The luxury leather company, which is pushing hard for a comeback (just a year ago the brand posted a 19 percent sales drop), is seeing some of the fruits of its labor pay off. (Read More)

Wolverine 1000 Mile releases Keystone Collection

Wolverine 1000 Mile refines workwear with its new Keystone Collection. The Fall ’16 collection—made to honor Wolverine’s founder G.A. Krause—offers two archival-inspired styles with elevated details such as 24-karat gold plated eyelets. (Read More)

Shimmer & Shine: Brands show a softer side at FFANY

Shimmer & Shine FFANY
Comfort brands have captured the light and effervescence of the new season with casual styles decked out in metallic. At FFANY Aug. 2-4, brands showcased the newest interpretations of metallic footwear—an overall look that was softer and sweeter than previous seasons. (Read More)

Tretorn marks 125th anniversary with social media influencers

Tretorn Fall 2016 Collection
Tretorn is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a Fall ’16 collection inspired by its Swedish urban heritage. The brand’s new line showcases men’s and women’s footwear that combines urban purpose with playful and innovative designs that fit into the modern consumer’s on-the-go lifestyle. (Read More)

After a century, what’s next for Keds?

The word “iconic” gets tossed around a lot. But Keds’ original canvas-top shoe design, the Champion, truly is an icon of footwear—the world’s first mass-marketed sneaker, for its rubber soles which allowed for “sneaking around” easily. (Read More)

Keen releases live monumental documentary online

Following the success of its Earth Day debut in San Francisco with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival—and the subsequent 10-stop national film tour this summer—Keen has released its Live Monumental film online for public viewing. (Read More)