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HS Exclusive: Adidas Wedge ‘Amberlight’ Sneak Peek!

12 April 2013, 22.21 | Posted in Sneakers | 3 comments »

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It’s crazy how these sneak peek images have a way of landing in our mailbox! Just nutz! You know all about the Nike, Puma, and Reebok wedges cuz we were the first to show them to you (yes, there are the many fashion blogs that started loving sneakers this year and then, ahem, there’s authenticity), and now Adidas offers it version called the “Amberlight” above. And it’s a bit blurry but that’s how sneak peeks do and you get the story! Look for it to drop July 1st, priced around $90.

Beyonce In Reebok Classics x Keith Haring ‘Barking Dog’ High Tops

28 February 2013, 02.19 | Posted in Chicks with Kicks, Fashion, Sneakers | 2 comments »

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We love it when women put their heels to the side and rock a pair of kicks. Enjoy a look at Beyonce with her Reeboks Classics x Keith Haring high tops! See the complete look on the flip. Via Beyonce’s Tumblr.

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Project LV: Reebok x AK Wedge Sneakers

20 February 2013, 23.09 | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 comments »

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Enjoy a look at a new silhouette for the Reebok wedges made in collaboration with Alicia Keys, launching in a few months .More on the next page.

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Reebok Classics Spring 2013 Video Look Book

28 December 2012, 00.36 | Posted in Fashion, Sneakers | No comments »

As the proud owner of many pairs of 54-11s (aka Freestyle Hi), I’ve always had a soft spot for the “The Bok” and the brand’s Pump Omni Lite styles. Over the years Reebok has been through various ups and downs, striving to stay relevant but on occasion making the mistake of chasing too many trends. Nonetheless there’s still something very cool and efforless about a classic pair of Reeboks. The latest video look book anchored on youth culture gives a glimpse of how simplicity can be cool and fun. Enjoy!

Reebok x Ugly Mely Betwixt Mid

08 October 2012, 13.56 | Posted in Designer Collaboration, Fashion, Sneakers | 1 comment »

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In an initiative to highlight the new Betwixt mid silhouette, Reebok collaborated with sneaker lover Ugly Mely on personalized version .Using purple and letting her love of cycling flow in, the sneakers are bright and of course fun. See more images on the next page ans stay tuned for more of the collaboration styles!

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Alicia Keys x Reebok

05 September 2012, 16.46 | Posted in Designer Collaboration, Sneakers | 6 comments »

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Today Reebok premieres  a new Classics campaign for Autumn/Winter 2012 featuring Alicia Keys. The singer will not only star in the global campaign but also will launch her own signature collection for the brand. The collection of Classics will include new takes on the Freestyle Hi, Freestyle Double Bubble, Classic Nylon Slim and Princess sneakers in her favorite colorways and materials. The collection will hit retailers nationwide soon and are now  available at Macy’s and  Reebok.com.

The TV commercial will be displayed today at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards and online at http://reesha.re/alicia at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT. Stay tuned!

Get more images and read the full interview with Alicia Keys about her collaboration with Reebok after the flip.

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First Look: Melody Ehsani x Reebok Betwix Mid

13 July 2012, 03.58 | Posted in Designer Collaboration, Fashion, Sneakers | 2 comments »

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Reebok revives one of their classic with Snobette fave Melody Ehsani. Studs and Snake printed leather for a look that definitely Snobette worthy. See more on the flip, available on Pre-Order at Luisaviaroma. Via SN.

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Eve x Reebok Classics ‘ Home Coming’ Documentary

12 June 2012, 17.47 | Posted in Fashion, Film | No comments »


I won’t claim to be an expert in music of any genre, however in the realm of female rappers, I would put Eve up there among the best. Originally from Philadelphia, she partnered with Reebok classics to document her career and homecoming. Enjoy!

Reebok ‘Classic Chi Caze’ Hightop Sneaker

27 April 2012, 01.48 | Posted in Chicks with Kicks, Music, celebrity | 1 comment »

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Reebok’s “Classic Chi Caze” hightop sneaker. Am I wrong or right that this shoe could get it. There’s that Jordan fairy dust around it, but then again it’s its own thing, too.

Q&A: Leah McSweeney Married To The MOB


We caught up with designer Leah McSweeney recently to find out the latest developments with her Married to the MOB label. A pioneer on the streetwear scene when she started up MOB seven years ago, the label has had it twists and turns, including the recent conclusion of a partnership with an investor and is getting back to its roots, albeit with a second-act heaping does of wisdom. McSweeney = MOB so it’s no surprise that many of the bumps, bruises and joys experienced by the brand over the past few years found a parallel in the young designer’s own life. Compelling, frank, more than slightly intense, not to mention a bit of a lightening rod, this is one female whose next moves we will always look out for and cheer.

HS: A lot has happened in the past year. Can you catch everyone up on Married to the Mob and what happened to your brand? You had investors and now you are no longer partnered with them.

Leah: Legally I can’t get into details. In the long run, the only thing that matters is I got my company back. I have nothing but gratitude toward my ex-partners, they believed in me but we’re two different animals. They’re amazing at what they do with men’s brands and I will say the three years I had funding, it was the best education on the business. I worked side by side with super smart, successful people, but more importantly I learned how to make a garment, and I learned about fabric, production and design. I started out making tee shirts and I didn’t have any experience. When I went into the partnership I was 25 and on top of the world, thinking, this is the easiest thing getting this brand to blow up. I thought it was the be all end all and it was just the beginning.

In the Q&A continued on the next page, find out aobut MOB’s second act, McSweeney’s road to sobriety, favorite collabos, what she has to say about streetwear, the future of “bitch” in MOB designs, and the start of a new label.

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