A Decade of Sneakers


For the last ten years, sneakers have been seen as more than just something we wear to cover our feet. They have been a cultural expression (and for some, an obsession) and an icon of modern times.

In today’s society, sneakers have become a design art form and to many, they make a person’s outfit. Not to sound too superficial, but they are your visual identity. Your shoes represent who you are and what you’re into; what culture you’re part of.

So, what culture are you apart of?

Made in Brooklyn: The Shoemaker


Although I only knew about this series through the final episode, ‘The Shoemaker’, the stories told and illustrated throughout mere minutes of film makes me want to go back and watch the series in its entirety to learn about each of these creators.

The final episode tells the story of shoemaker Frank Catalfumo as he talks about how he got into the business, how the neighbourhood has changed over the past seven decades, and what he’d be doing if he weren’t still mending shoes.

‘Made In Brooklyn’ is a video series about makers, craftspeople, and artisans who are based in the borough; an homage to Brooklyn. The series was created by Dustin Cohen, with endless help from Michael Hurley.

NOVO Spring/Summer 2012 Collection


NOVO has your 9-5 and 5 to 9 life covered!

Their new Spring/Summer collection was shot by renowned photographer Max Doyle in Victoria’s iconic Acland St, St Kilda, and features Novo Ambassador and Miss Universe Australia 2012 winner, Renae Ayris.

Not only that but you’ll see NOVO incorporate the inevitable trend of bright colours into their new collection of footwear and accessories.