An Essex man has amassed a collection of 200 pairs of designer trainers, with a total value of £50,000. Dave Castle, 26, of Woodford Green says his obsession was triggered when he was 19 he and spotted a man wearing a pair of Nike Air Max
The shoes are described as featuring "crumply hold-it-all-together tape details" with a "grungy rubber cupsole".
Whether you're a newbie or a pro, having the right footwear is a must for runners. Here are five of the best trainers for women, including options for marathon runners, cross-country enthusiasts, and city pavement pounders. 1. Asics
You have four days to yourself. What else are you going to do with them other than shop around for the latest releases?The SS17 season is fully underway with pastel-hued trainers flooding the market. New styles from Converse, Reebok and more will take you swiftly through the summer months.Opt for Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma range for something that can be dressed up for night and day. Or why not splash the cash a little and snap up a snake printed Gucci pair?Here’s a small selection of the very best sneakers out there.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Is Gigi Hadid bringing pedal pushers back?You can show off your bare bum in Vetements’ new jeans
Thankfully, the fashion industry has once again deemed trainers an acceptable part of our wardrobe so it’s high time you stocked up a good few pairs. Styles are more epic than ever these days – from the latest Stan Smiths, Yeezy's and kicks using futuristic technology, we all want to have the freshest pair on our feet.In recent months we’ve seen breakthrough technology such as self-lacing and colour changing sneakers, as well as some lustworthy nostalgic designs. We can only imagine what 2017 has in store…Brace yourself: The ultimate tights are hereDinasour tails, Superman suits and men’s chokers: A history of ASOS’ most bizarre buys
The moment we saw avid heel wearer Victoria Beckham ditch her sky-scraper Louboutin’s for a pair of Stan Smiths we knew the days of stiletto’s were over. Although we have seen our shoe closet slowly fill up with Nike Rosche, Adidas Superstar’s and New Balance. We are still quite taken aback by new research that proves for the first time ever women have been buying more trainers than heels. This is the first year that heels have taken such as a tumble as in 2015 heels and trainers tied at 35%.
Admittedly, I was a little too attached to my white sneakers at one point. Why shouldn’t I, since they go with everything — and I mean E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G. It took me a while to realise why I shouldn’t: it was immensely boring to wear white sneakers all the time.White sneakers will always be a fashion staple with fashion girls, but we don’t want to tire them out, either! I personally don’t foresee myself ever giving up my sneakers or trainers (I’ll be an 85-year-old granny in trainers, for sure) so keeping things interesting with bold bright colours is our best option! Now that we’re transitioning into autumn, it seems to be the perfect time to experiment with your style choices; swap the whites with bolder colours to complete the darker, moody autumn palette!Let these fashion girls show you how!Interested in blogging for us? Join our Yahoo Blogger Network!
[Photo: Barneys] Have you ever noticed the way that the richer some people get, the shabbier they dress? Whether it’s distressed jeans, grungy second-hand jackets or messy hair, it’s almost as if once they have enough money to buy new clothes, they go full circle and buy scruffy ones instead. And many believe that one fashion brand has taken this concept too far as they’ve started selling trainers that are sold with dirt and holes already on them. Fancy clothing label Golden Goose is selling Distressed Superstar Sneakers at Barneys for a whopping $600 (around £450) a pair.