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Man’s Best Friend

Adidas’ Pharrell Williams Tennis Hu shoes, available at Addict Bal Harbour.

What closet would be complete without sneakers? The most humble of footwear have taken great strides of late, becoming essential to wardrobes beyond function. And style influencers like Pharrell Williams have done their part in setting the pace for the sneaker’s induction into covet status. His own collaboration with Adidas—a remix on the Tennis Hu shoe, in bright turquoise with marble-printed soles—is a case in point. Pick up a pair at Addict Bal Harbour!

Gucci's Ace High Tops.

Gucci has been cutting all sorts of new cloth since Alessandro Michele took the reigns. The patchwork that’s become the most emblematic of the brand of late is equally apparent on men’s footwear as it is on the women’s ready-to-wear runway. These Ace High Tops boast removable patches, so you can flair it up or down, depending on your vibes.

Dolce & Gabbana's leather and brocade sneaker with leather appliqué.

Dolce & Gabbana is tuning into all sorts of reference points with this sneaker. A fresh take on the standard low-top silhouette, these sneakers aren’t made to order, but appear that way with their scribbles and patchwork details. Reminiscent of our own Sharpie-treated sneakers from high school, these take that youthful notion and turn it up a notch.

Fendi's Vocabulary themed sneakers.

If Dolce and Gabbana are channeling high school with their sneakers, then Fendi is kicking it back even further with these velcro sneakers. Perfect for your favorite adult playgrounds, the white leather sneakers make a high fashion statement that can’t be ignored: Think Fendi. We hear you loud and clear!

Louis Vuitton's Harlem Sneakers available at Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour.

Louis Vuitton’s Harlem Sneakers are an ode to a long-favored boot among the fashionable city dwellers, Timberlands. Replacing those notorious heavy soles for a multi-color rubber sole, and the brand’s signature Epi leather with monogram canvas inlays, these are power boots that would like the part from Tahoe to Tel Aviv.

 

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