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New Fenty Puma by Rihanna Slides Are Arriving on March 9

It’s been a few months since the last release from Rihanna and Puma, but fans will be able to get the next drop very soon. There’s not much information available yet, but an image has been posted on Puma’s homepage that shows a new version of the slide. Instead of …

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This Limited-Edition Vans Collaboration Is a Nod to DIY Culture

Swedish menswear brand Our Legacy has a collaborative collection with Vans out now. The full Our Legacy x Vans lineup includes 10 sneakers in black, orange and white colorways. According to Vans, this range takes notes from Our Legacy co-founder Jockum Hallin’s infatuation with do-it-yourself culture while he was growing up …

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Women Are Keeping Steve Madden’s Business Afloat During Retail’s Rough Patch

Thanks to strength in its core women’s business, Steve Madden is remaining fairly nimble during retail’s turbulent times. The fashion-footwear maker today announced fourth quarter earnings that were roughly in line with forecasts. Madden’s Q4 net income advanced 12 percent year-over-year, to $28.7 million, or 49 cents per diluted share, matching Wall Street’s bets. …

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Kate Middleton Looked Surprisingly Sparkly in Her Latest Look

Kate Middleton continues to push the royal fashion boundaries this year. On Monday night, the Duchess of Cambridge looked surprisingly sparkly for U.K.-India Year of Culture 2017, which celebrates the U.K. and India’s cultural ties. Middleton opted for an Erdem shimmery lace dress paired with equally sparkly Oscar de la …

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Raf Simons’ Latest Adidas Ozweego Collaboration Is Out Now

Bulky, running-inspired sneakers with exaggerated midsoles are all the rage right now — just look at Balenciaga fall ’17 or the upcoming Adidas Yeezy Runner for proof — and one of the original trendsetters of the style is back with a new design. Designer Raf Simons’ numerous Adidas Ozweego collaborations helped popularize the bulky …

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