Alicia Vikander wears a Louis Vuitton gown and Pierre Hardy shoes as she attends the premiere of ‘Jason Bourne’ at the Odeon Leicester Square in London on July 11th, 2016



When looking for the perfect of shoes for site seeing on your next holiday, a pair of sneakers from French designer Pierre Hardy will keep you comfortable and looking stylish. Originally educated in fine art, a subsequent job assisting a shoe designer led to a position at Christian Dior.  Pierre Hardy has also worked for other luxury brands including Hermès and Balenciaga. In 1999, he launched his first women’s shoe collection for his own brand and since that time his luxury brand has grown to include men’s shoes as well as jewelry and fine leather goods. Stop by his New York City location or one of his two Paris boutiques during your next stay at Sofitel!

Presents for your foot

Y-3 Hey, it’s been a long time without talking, especially about sneakers. I have a website that may help you find your Christmas present. There’s nothing wrong with Nikes, Vans, Jordans, and Chucks, but sometimes you just need to take it to the next level. Boots, hardbottoms, and casual footwear like desert boots and Wallabees are good for switching it up, but when you really want to show off, you slip on a pair of luxury sneakers.

Here are Esquire presents 17 high-end sneaker brands you should know.
Let’s take a look at 3 pairs of my choice.

    1.  Pierre Hardy 

Pierre Hardy sneakers shows a man who isn’t afraid to take risks and charge of his style. They’re the perfect addition to any all-black or otherwise tonal kit. 

     2.   Epaulet 

Epaulet project into the world of high-end sneakers. Most of us dream about buying pairs of European-made shoes, but the price is typically prohibitive. The Brooklyn retailer introduce a set of Italian leather sneakers with distinguished rubber soles at a price that is basically unbeatable. You can find them for $225 only. For a good quality sneakers it’s a very good price.

    3.     Y-3 

Y-3 , an entirely new type of sneakers that is part of the Y-3 Fall/Winter 2013 Collection. The revolutionary running-cross inspired shape is constructed with a minimally cut and sewn. The result is an innovative and fashionable companion for your feet.

Have you got any of these big three? If n, add it to your Christmas list right away !

(Source: http://www.esquire.com)