shoelaces

Friske Crisps Telegram stickers

Commission pack for FriskeCrisps. He’s also a good friend.

I really enjoy a lot doing stickers for telegram, because I love drawing expressions on the characters.
Also that I have a slight crush with the Friske’s character, he’s very lovely, even with that sonic’s style (it’s logic, I love Tails, one of my favorite characters ever)

If you want to install this pack to your telegram:
https://telegram.me/addstickers/Friske_Crisps

What We’re Wearing: Aglit Italy Soft-Leather Shoelaces

Since sneakers have gone luxe, from slip-ons to hidden wedges in everything from calf-hair to silk, we’ve been contentedly mumbling about our fashionably happy feet. But one element of the shoe’s design seems to still be largely ignored: the humble shoelace.

Enter Aglit Italy, the N.Y.C. “luxury laces” company that just might change everything. While copyediting InStyle’s July “Kickin’ It” story (on page 104; the issue is available now on newsstands and for digital download), freelancer Anne Egli happened to be sporting a pair of these next-level laces in a coppery color that popped against her metallic kicks .

“My friend Tarik Baker is cornering a niche market,” she says. “These are the ultimate accessory for sneakerheads.” She says she punches up all of her kicks using one of the many color, texture, and finish combinations (including suede), possible on the site. Even the aglets (those are the tips that stop the ends from fraying) can be upgraded to a nickel or gold plate. “And I already have my eyes on another pair—fiery red!”

Just in: Aglit’s next East Coast pop-up store in New York’s Chinatown on June 28 will feature a hot new release—black leather fat laces.

Shoes: Converse All-Star
Laces: Aglit Italy leather 45-inch copper with gold-plated tips

— Stephanie Rushia, InStyle Deputy Copy Chief

Photo credit: Alex Reside