Posts Tagged ‘footwear’

NYFW: Bucket Feet



What a better way to kick of NYFW, than with Bucket Feet’s new fall line at their Nolita studio.  Bucket Feet is a footwear brand that lets artists from all over the world showcase their designs. Currently, they work with over 20,000 artists from 100 countries. Some of these amazing artist include painters, graphic designers, graffiti writers, street artists, and photographers. Their mission: connect people through art. Want your own pair? Be sure to check out their fall line and follow their Instagram (@bucketfeet) for a chance to win a pair of 3-day Austin City Limits Music Festival passes and 2 pairs of Bucket Feet! Check out the pictures below for more on their awesome collection!




Stomping around in @JackLily_shoes

A very special post from my sister in Edmonton!

When little feet start pitter-pattering, it’s time for shoe shopping! Scott started walking just before his first birthday, right as spring arrives and we want to get outside. In choosing his first ‘real’ footwear, I wanted shoes that are light but well built, with good ankle support that will help those toddling steps before confident strides and eventually full-out sprints. There are several ‘pre-walkers’ that’s ideal, except my son’s got big feet. His first pair of runners were size 5.5.

We came across Jack and Lily and decided to try them. There is a wide selection in styles and colours and we picked the Argyle Whites. When they arrived in the mail, I was delighted first of all with the cute little box they come in, complete with a clear window and a handle on top. The shoes themselves are fantastic. Lightweight, with a sturdy yet thin sole, these little guys are well made works of art.

Instead of the single digit sizing, Jack and Lily has a range of months sizing, much like kids clothing. For us, the shoes were a little big for now, so we will have to save them for a while til Scott grows into them. I am curious to see how well the soles hold up on slippery surfaces as it does not have many ridges that works as anti-skidding.

We will let you know in a couple months!

For more high quality children’s footwear made with love from Vancouver, check out


It Takes A Lot to Make a Classic w/ @Reebok

Check out these backstage pictures of Tyga at Club Nokia in LA (from Sunday, 04/01).

He is rocking the Reebok Workout sneakers, part of his new “It Takes A Lot to Make a Classic” campaign.

Tyga is teamed up with Rick Ross & Mike Posner for Reeebok’s “Icons” footwear collection where it contains key styles from the company’s iconic lifestyle sneakers – the Ex-o-Fit high tops and WorkOut low tops for the guys, & the Freestyle sneakers for the girls.

“Through the campaign, Reebok explains to be a Classic takes ambition and relentless hard work to earn respect. Overcoming obstacles, challenges and tackling adversity face on – it’s these moments that shape one’s life and create the story that defines them. Reebok Classics is celebrating that journey and seeks to inspire the work of creators everywhere through this campaign – passing the torch to all the artists and innovators who have an unwavering hunger and persistence to achieve Classic status.”

Here is a link to the new campaign with Reebok –

For more information go to Reebok Classics & their Facebook!

Reebok’s ‘It Takes a Lot to Make a Classic’ campaign is designed to inspire people with real life stories of Classics in the making, and our Icons collection is the perfect companion for those willing to put in the time,” said Todd Krinsky, Vice President of Reebok Lifestyle and Entertainment.


Put Some Spring In Your Step With @FeeskSandals!

With spring right around the corner, it’s time to kick off those over-the-knee boots and slip into shoes more fitting the wonderful weather change. FEESK SANDALS are sure to do the trick. Their line of fashion-forward footwear is designed for the woman who lives life on her own terms, values authenticity, and enjoys effortlessly standing out from the crowd. Their daring, handcrafted sandals are a contemporary interpretation of the ancient paduka “toe plug” sandal. From one basic style, the line has evolved into a variety; including their gladiator sandals, slippers, lazy sues, and their popular bridal designs.

Community focused, owner Fiona Khan has pledged part of the profits of all Feesk Sandals sales to Kiva, a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. “It’s our way of supporting healthy globalization and help empower people and help make dreams come true,” says Khan.

Look great while supporting a great cause! Feesk Sandals are available for sale across North America and online. For more information, visit


Aetrex Concept Flagship Store Grand Opening & VIP Party

On Thursday, June 2, I took off my super uncomfortable $10 flats and got my feet scanned at Aetrex’s new flagship store in Englewood, N.J.

If you like shoes from GEOX or ECCO, you’ll definitely enjoy the shoes here at Aetrex. They’re very practical and ridiculously comfortable. If you’re going to be walking around New York City all day long, you better invest in a pair — it’s totally worth it.

But this store is way more than just a shoe store. “The store will feature state-of-the-art interactive technology that will bring people one step closer to a healthy and active lifestyle by matching them with products designed for their specific needs,” said Larry Schwartz, CEO, Aetrex. This awesome Aetrex’s iStep Wave machine shows you if you have flat, arched, narrow or wide feet. In my case, I was slightly narrow. It measures foot size and determines arch type and pressure points in less than 30 seconds.

If you’re a shoe fanatic like me, you’ll really appreciate this extra factor. Aetrex is also renowned for its over-the-counter Lynco Orthotics, the world’s #1 foot orthotic system. No more custom-made orthotics made only for athletes or the elderly. This is available for everyone!

Check out these seriously comfortable loafers I got! Visit to get your own!