FILA Partners With Shoe City for the Second Edition of the “Puzzle Piece”

Last year, FILA and Shoe City partnered together for the first edition of the “Puzzle Piece.” The style selected for the collaboration shoe was The Cage, a retro streetball silhouette. The pair was draped with a lush “Light It Up Blue” tonal suede upper and a multi-colored puzzle piece lining, along with an embroidered puzzle piece logo on the tongue. A portion of every purchase was donated to Autism Speaks to help raise awareness, fund research and change the future for those who struggle with autism spectrum disorders. According to the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), one in every 88 children are diagnosed with Autism in the United States. 

Almost one year to date, FILA and Shoe City return for the second edition in the “Puzzle Piece” series. In 2017, the FILA F-13 silhouette is selected. Dressed in a mostly white tumbled leather upper, the classic F-13 features the FILA-flag in the “Light It Up Blue” color, as well as suede overlays along the eye-row, and strap.  Much like the first edition of the series, the sock liner, back tongue and footbed are dressed in a multi-colored puzzle piece print to tie back to the Autism Awareness official symbol and messaging. Additionally, that same print is displayed on the shoe laces.

The collaboration shoe drops this Thursday, April 20th, on and in select Shoe City doors. For every purchase made, Shoe City will donate $10 to Autism Speaks.


VIDEO: 10 Years of Doggies on the Catwalk

In celebration of the Doggies on the Catwalk tenth anniversary, enjoy video highlights all the way from the beginning in 2007!

For tickets to the show or to make a donation to Canine Assistants, visit



Kicking Off Fall Social Season, Atlanta’s Most Fashionable Fête Will Descend Upon Phipps Plaza for an Unforgettable Evening of Philanthropy and Fun

Arbiter of style, Jeffrey Kalinsky, creator of two namesake boutiques in Atlanta and Manhattan, joins Event Chairs Lila Hertz, Jeffrey McQuithy and Louise Sams in producing the official kick-off to the fall social season:  Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2017.  To be held at Phipps Plaza in the heart of Buckhead on Monday, August 28, 2017 at 7 p.m. —the event will be celebrating its 25th anniversary and includes a reception followed by a live auction and runway show featuring Kalinsky’s style selections from high-end designers such as Gucci, Celine, Christian Dior, Givenchy, Valentino, Dries van Noten, Saint Laurent Paris, Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik.

The 25th anniversary of Jeffrey Fashion Cares will benefit Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta, the Atlanta AIDS Fund (AAF), and the Medical University of South Carolina.  Last year’s sold-out event raised nearly $700,000 for the organizations, and in its history, Fashion Cares has grown into one of the largest combined AIDS and breast cancer benefits in the country. For the 2017 philanthropic affair, guests are invited to mix, mingle and enjoy an unforgettably stylish evening in a completely transformed and private environment in the Monarch Court at the recently renovated Phipps Plaza. For more information, visit   


SCAD FASH presents "Shoes: Pleasure and Pain"

Some shoes are made for walking and others, for display. Form was over function most certainly at this exhibit. 

SCAD FASH presents "Shoes: Pleasure and Pain," an exhibition organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, that explores the creativity, cultural significance and transformative power of shoes. The exhibition displays more than 200 pairs of shoes, from ancient Egyptian slippers embellished with gold leaf and the seductive signature red soles of Christian Louboutin heels, to cutting-edge designs created by contemporary designers experimenting with new materials and the latest technology. SCAD FASH is honored to be the only southeastern venue for the exhibition.

In addition to the extraordinary range of historic footwear, "Shoes: Pleasure and Pain" features platform boots worn by Elton John, Princess Diana's shoe lasts, and David Beckham's soccer cleats. Styles by numerous celebrated designers and labels such as Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Nike and Vivienne Westwood, as well as two iconic pairs of shoes from film history — the famous red ballet slippers from the film "The Red Shoes" (1948) and the Swarovski crystal slippers featured in Disney's "Cinderella" (2015) — are also included.

"Shoes: Pleasure and Pain" is curated around five themes: "Transformation," "Status," "Seduction," "Creation" and "Obsession." Designers' sketches, shoemaking materials and historic fashion illustrations provide a deeper understanding of the exhibition's themes. Debuting with the exhibition is "Touching the Sole," a special interactive tactile display that enables visually impaired visitors to engage with replicas of many of the shoes displayed.

The exhibit runs through August 11th and is a must see! Click here for TICKETS.


Vetements Jeans That Expose Your Derrière

Vetements Jeans That Expose Your Derrière fashionado

Vetements collaborates with Levi's on a cheeky pair of jeans that dare to bare it all. The label doesn't shy away from the zipper that runs not only down the back of the legs, but also right down the center of the derrière.

These jeans aren't just for show, the high-rise distressed jeans are available on and retail for around $1,870 USD. These might be the French fashion brand's most scandalous pair of jeans yet.



Calvin Klein's Denim Logo Caps

Calvin Klein's Denim Logo Caps

These caps are definitely an essential for summer. The label is expanding its' look into denim wear to be introduced for the season of spring and summer 2017.

The caps feature a logo embossed leather tag on front with an adjustable suede closure on the back. They are available for purchase at Slam Jam Socialism's online store for about $42 USD and are available in "Total Eclipse" and "Black".  



Gucci Launches an Exclusive MR PORTER Collection

Gucci's first menswear capsule collection with Net-A-Porter's MR PORTER is being launched by Alessandro Michele on May 18. The 43-piece collection will offer ready-to-wear garments, shoes and accessories. The capsule will provide something for each MR PORTER customer. 

A variety of items are priced between $200 USD to $3,350 USD for Gucci's heavy embroidery, rich hues, animal motifs, bold patterns and plush textiles. Also, each piece from the capsule collection will contain a yellow Gucci label that is exclusive to this collection. To balance out the extravagant motifs and hues, try essential basics which can offer a more casual option.