It pains me to say this, but it is summer and nothing truly matters. The Crocs heel that has rattled the cages of anyone with an opinion (read: everyone) are not a harbinger of the End of Days.
Hello, who is walking around in high-heeled Crocs?! Because I know at least *some* of you are, that is, unless everyone is stockpiling them for the apocalypse. They seem like very practical roach-stomping shoes.
When summer’s siren call sounds throughout the land, bringing bright sun, sweaty bodies pressed against yours on your morning commute, and the return of iced coffee season, I rejoice. Now is the time to vanquish my mortal enemy: shoes, the tiny foot prisons that I resent every single day I am forced to wear them.
For the women who feel oppressed at the sight of all the high-heeled emoji shoes, have no fear: women are getting flat shoe emoji.
If you read this headline and were like “yeah but what about rainboo-” just put a pin in that for a sec and look at this:
It’s okay if you don’t want to share this information publicly; perhaps an anonymous Google Doc will suffice. Those of you who paid $850 for this Balenciaga platform Croc-adjacent shoe, please reveal yourselves?
With Thor: Ragnarok hitting theaters November 3rd, Cate Blanchette’s Hela and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie join the ranks of woman action stars who need a little lift to throw down.
Were you one of the tens of fans waiting with bated breath for Bella Hadid’s takes on Nikes and under what conditions it will be “quiet” if “homeboy comes through”? Well, the wait’s over.
Why wear a kitten heel when you can wear a regular heel, no heels, sandals, those free foam flip flops they give you at the nail salon, or nothing at all?
Ivanka Trump will have to take a little break from hissing into her senile father’s ear to testify in a trademark dispute over the design of one of her company’s shoes.
Payless ShoeSource filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday and will shut down around 400 store locations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The shoe spot of our youth isn’t in retail heaven yet, but it may be on its deathbed.
These are a pair of Crocs with what looks like a bunch of rocks glued onto them. It appears that Crocs are messing with our minds.
Six-year-old Taraji Edwards of Simpsonville, South Carolina, is the innocent victim of yet another teacher creating a teachable moment for themselves on how to be a total idiot monster in the classroom.
Before moving to the city that salsa commercials of my youth used to make fun of, I was just a Texas boy who spent his life in tennies, flip flops, and occasionally—because mom wasn’t about to let me go into church looking like a heathen—dress shoes. I reluctantly abandoned the flip flops soon after taking my first…
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Welcome to Fashion Scavenger Hunt, a long-running Jezebel column in which we all work together to find the elusive product of your dreams. Need help with a style or specific item, or just looking for advice on dupes? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I, too, will put my nimble googling fingers to work.
Rihanna is releasing another shoe collection (in addition to Puma), this time a collaboration with Manolo Blahnik called Denim Desserts, which debuts in the April issue of British Vogue.
Well, shit, it’s not like the bar is very high for high-end designer collaborations with sneaker companies—not everyone can be Raf Simons, ugh—but this shin guard of a Nike Dunk by Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci brings to mind the very important question: what is Riccardo Tisci smoking?
Because we women just love all things shoes, local officials in the Taiwan city of Jiayi have decided to build a church in the shape of a giant blue high heel. They believe the flashy structure will lure women to the house of worship. Totally makes sense.