The squared toe Golden Goose first made its appearance at the Spring 2018 runway ("The holy grail is Bottega Veneta," says Petersson), but the angular edge is still going strong. Shoes from the Italian brand, helmed by Daniel Lee, are still selling out everywhere, so "if you can't get your hands on them, Wandler, Reike Nen and Manu Atelier offer some amazing alternatives with equally amazing price tags," she suggests. You won't tire of this trend anytime soon, because brands are reworking it in to every style.
Iconic noughties heartthrob Colin Farrell has just resurfaced on the streets. The 42-year-old actor-famous for his brooding stare, his peppered facial hair, a one-off tryst with Britney Spears, and his overall bad boy demeanor-was spotted today in New York City. He had appeared on Good Morning America, where he was promoting his latest film Dumbo, in which he plays a one-armed Southern World War I veteran tasked with training the titular young elephant to fly.
No matter how zany, disruptive, and out-of-left-field fashion shows get, one thing has always been consistent: Fashion Golden Goose Shoes shows present new clothing from a single designer. But during Eckhaus Latta's latest fall '20 show, the Los Angeles-based brand decided to share the spotlight. Known for how it pushes against fashion's strict conventions, Eckhaus Latta teamed up with luxury resale site The RealReal to use other designer's old shoes to complete their own looks.
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid continued to make the case for bike shorts, elevating the Eighties laughingstock to athleisure essential. In London Jenner wore hers with a belted Prince of Wales jacket from Prada and studded Golden Goose Sneakers brogues. Hadid slipped on her biker shorts to test-drive Wardrobe.NYC's new collaboration with Levi's-specifically, a Christine Centenera designed cropped denim jacket over matching shirt.