Supermodel, Miranda Kerr appears in the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar, shot by Terry Richardson. Styled by Leslie Lessin with boots from Reed Krakoff, Tom Ford and Tod’s.
“During this time of the year, we see an abundance of boots due to the cold, rainy weather. However, you don’t have to necessarily rock boots every day. Nike has given us a very nice boot substitute in the form of the Air Force 1 Duckboot. This new pair features a smooth black leather upper combined with a sturdy, nylon-like toe cap. Additionally, Nike incorporated red cord laces, a black wool inner lining, a white midsole and a gum bottom. The Nike Air Force 1 Duckboot Black/Khaki-Sail is now available at the Nice Kicks shop (512.320.8100).”-via NiceKicks
Jeremy Scott is a maniac. Master of all things too cool to be kitschy, J.Scott continues to have his way with the tongues of adidas Originals designs. The latest collaboration in their ObyO capsule is the Jeremy Scott x adidas Cross Combat boot that we first saw as the centerpiece of Scott’s FW 2010 preview. The boots feature a TRX sole but the key distinguishing feature, of course, is the ornate golden crosses you’ll find on each shoe’s tongue. -Via Sneaker News
For the last three years Polo Ralph Lauren has supplied us with great Fall Winter boots. This year they expanded their already wide assortment and offer us 2 new styles The Radbourne and Redding. You can really see Polo’s DNA in these Radbourne’s, the lining and fold down option made these a must buy for me this season.
The Radbourne is a higher version (8″) of the Ranger boot (7″) and is tweed lined for the fold down option. The square leather patch on the side of the boots might look a little familiar, Polo crushed that patch in the 90’s. Both the brown and black versions are made of rich pebbled oily leather and when you see these in person you’ll see what i mean.
The Redding is a lower “Chucka” version of the iconic Ranger boot. I know some people who couldn’t find a way to rock the Ranger boot because of it’s height, here is a perfect solution for you. Same rich leather used on the Radbourne but no tweed lining and at a cheaper price point. -Ronnie Fieg
All four boots are available at the David Z flagship store (556 Broadway bet. Prince and Spring st.) and for phone purchase order today:
The Radbourne 8″ boot double buckle – (Phone# 212.274.9044 ext. 640 $175, Style# Black – 812123270001 Brown – 8121232701FJ)
The Redding “Chucka” boot – (Phone# 212.274.9044 ext. 640 $130, Style# Black – 812123278001 Brown – 8121232781FJ)