The colder temps can’t stop a New Yorker’s shopping spirit.
In an interview with WWD, the “Happy” singer predicted the resale value of the shoes could reach $40,000.
The fast-growing Culver City, Calif. company is headed up by technologists who also share a passion for sneaker culture.
The designer emerged from sabbatical to work with the sportswear company on a new collection that includes a much-anticipated sneaker.
The shop-in-shop puts a new spin on the traditional routes of selling basic concert T-shirts.
The one-day event was the first time the industry trade show Agenda dabbled with a consumer-facing offering.