Buttons and T-shirts are fine, but there’s a different way you can add a political punch to your wardrobe.
WASHINGTON — For runners, the search for the perfect running shoe is like the quest for the Holy Grail. But new technology may just revolutionize the process. Adidas has introduced a concept shoe that uses…
WASHINGTON — They are the unofficial footwear of summer. But those flip flops could be doing a real number on your feet. “Flip flops are more dangerous than traditional sandals and traditional shoes for a…
WASHINGTON — The secret is out about the mysterious shoestring holes on the top of your sneakers — it turns out they are there for a reason. Most runners, hikers and walkers don’t even bother…
(NEW YORK) — For many women, sensible, comfortable flats are a wardrobe staple. Despite the shoes’ popularity, however, some experts have a warning. They say some types of flats can lead to a host of…
WASHINGTON — The self-tying shoelaces from “Back to the Future” may have seemed like science fiction, but laces developed by German scientists could make the fantasy a reality. Self-tying shoelaces could be in the near future…
Shoe designer Nine West\’s new advertising campaign is meant to be funny and hip, but some believe it crosses the line.
A new set of smart shoes uses sensors and GPS to revolutionize navigation for pedestrians helping tourists, the blind and athletes get where they\’re going.
Bargain shoe retailer DSW will be among the tenants at the revamped Shops at Georgetown Park, joining T.J. Maxx/Home Goods, H&M, J. Crew and the soon-to-open Pinstripes bowling alley, bar and grill.
There is help for consumers looking for the most foot-friendly shoes.
Robert Griffin III\’s running has been deadly to
opponents this season. He\’ll soon be doing it in
newly designed shoes with an \”Assassin\’s Creed\”
Hip Canadian shoe designer John Fluevog will be bringing his
footwear to Georgetown.
A new series of Nike shoes has no shortage of fans.
Shoe-lovers, DSW is coming to D.C. The shoe discount store signed a lease for 23,000 square feet at the Columbia Heights, Target-anchored development.