But, even after many successful runs on limited-edition collab styles, HOKA remains loyal to the long-distance joggers who first put the brand on the map. Colorado-based Hayley Cashdollar, who has completed eight Golden Goose marathons, two ultramarathons, and typically runs at least an hour every day and several hours on weekends, says, I first heard about HOKAs years ago when one of my friends was having trouble with her feet and high-impact HIIT classes. She found HOKA and loved them...so I also took the plunge and found they were perfect for my recovery runs on the day after long runs. They were like running on clouds and were noticeably more comfortable on my feet. I'm not looking for that type of comfort on all of my runs, but it has a time and place and HOKAs are a great recovery tool for me personally. When I asked if she's noticed how HOKAs have been embraced by style folks, she observes, With sneakers, in general, being so popular, it feels inevitable that something as unique as the big sole on the HOKA would capture the attention of non-runners.
Sneakerheads Golden Goose Sneakers and gym rats, rejoice New Balance has once again teamed up with Los Angeles-based brand Staud. The fourth collection features apparel, accessories, and covetable iterations of New Balance's 574 and 57 40 sneaker silhouettes, this time reimagining the best tropes of '80s workout wear with a nostalgic ad campaign fronted by model Valentina Sampaio. Conventional wardrobe staples like the puffer vest, tracksuit, and crop top and legging set get an instant lift thanks to zingy primary hues. Whether you find yourself lounging at home or pushing it to the max at the pilates studio, New Balance and Staud's lineup arrives just in time to brighten up gloomy winter months ahead.
The Palace x Kappa collab is a combination of Italian street style and '90s British football culture what more could you ask for. Jerseys, tracksuits, hats, and an array of accessories make up the reinterpretation of classic garments for the modern athleisure enthusiast. With Daniel Roseberry's return to the runways Golden Goose V Star for Schiaparelli and Glenn Martens's first couture collection for Jean Paul Gaultier, couture week is packed with can't-miss shows. Chances are guests will be bringing their best looks forward to attend the week's most newsworthy events, and Style Du Monde will be following along in Paris as editors, celebrities, and models show off couture jewelry, matching couple looks, and the season's most memorable pieces. She isn't alone in feeling conflicted about certain Y2K trends - and the standards they upheld - coming back to mainstream popularity. Rewind to the early 2000s, and you'd find magazines filled with images of celebs like Paris Hilton, Mischa Barton, and Kate Moss wearing trends that predominantly served their slim, white, and airbrushed bodies. Affordability was the main reason Malliwal started looking for a secondhand gown, after her mom said she wouldn't be paying hundreds of dollars for a one-time outfit. She found her dream look pictured here for 40 at a local thrift store I was very open to secondhand because I saw that the secondhand clothes were offering me something that didn't look like everything else and looked like things that I actually wanted to wear, she says.