The latest Lunargrand collection from Cole Haan features Kudu suede leather from British tannery Charles F. Stead. Known for its buttery feel, the Kudu suede leather is unlined on three silhouettes: the LunarGrand Chukka in Camello suede, LunarGrand Penny Tassel in masonry suede, and the LunarGrand Long Wing in a limestone finish.
The collection will be available at Cole Haan’s NYC SoHo, Rockefeller Center and Columbus Circle locations as well as Concepts (Boston), Dover Street Market Ginza and others.
I’m normally not down with loafers and whatnot. I need strings in my shoes. BUT these loafers by MR. GENTLEMAN and Regal may have me changing my tune. If you need a more formal loafer, these are your joints moguls. They are available for $350.
The sneaker game has really changed over the years for the worse. Now instead of walking in a store and snatching up your pair, you have to fight with hypebeast and resellers. And not to mention that you have to fight your internet connection if you try to go the online route.
Well Complex has listed the top 25 most hyped sneakers of all time. How many of these do you have Moguls?
1.Nike Air Yeezy 2
2.Nike Air MAG
3.Nike Air Jordan
4.Nike Air Yeezy
5.Nike Air Foamposite One “Galaxy”
6.Nike LeBron 8 “Pre-Heat”
7.Air Jordan III Retro 88
8.Air Jordan XI Retro
9.Air Jordan DMP
10.Nike Dunk Supreme 2012
11.Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Pigeon”
12.Reebok Question Retro Mid
13.Air Jordan 1 Retro “Banned”
14.Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “Tiffany”
15.BAPE x adidas Originals Superstar “B-Sides”
16.Nike Hyperdunk Marty McFly
17.Air Jordan XIII Ray Allen PE
18.Nike Air Foamposite One “Neon Royal”
19.ALIFE x Reebok Court Victory Pump “Ball Out”
20.Ronnie Fieg x ASICS GEL Lyte III “Salmon Toe”
21.Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Retro”
22.Air Jordan 1 Retro “Black/Royal”
23.Nike Air Foamposite One “Eggplants”
24.The Simpsons x Vans “KAWS”
25. Reebok RBK S. Carter
This is perfect for those old albums you have sitting around the house waiting to be played.
Available at Luisaviaroma
This is one mean different shoe. She-Moguls would you?
The most essential part of the present is remembering the past. Without knowing our history, we can’t really understand where we are at presently. Corey Shapiro and The Vintage Frames Company premiers it’s series on The History Of Eyewear In Hip-Hop. Our first episode begins with legendary super producer Jermaine Dupri as he takes us through on a journey through the importance of eyewear in the Hip-Hop culture. From Kris Kross to The Fat Boys, get an insight on where it all began.