Sneak Into Fall!

For the most fashion-forward style trendsetter, sneakers are no longer regular gym shoes! As we sneak into Fall, this season’s most coveted shoes come in all shapes and styles – from the loveliest leopard print to hand-painted patterns.

After appearing on Serena Williams at this year’s Met Gala (under her Versace gown), sneakers are now officially accepted into the dress code. They don’t have to be saved just for “fitness fashion” or “athleisure” anymore! We are embracing this sneaker surge not only for their style but comfort as well.


Bonney Rempel                                                                                                                         A retail expert and a savvy shopper herself, with a keen eye on fashion and all things beauty – from her passion for flower gardening, to her savvy in skin care (she was an aesthetician before all, and it shows), so when it comes to getting and keeping a glow, she’s the one in the know.  Her fashion dictum is “There’s no such thing as being overdressed”.

Marc Cain
Knitted high top sneakers made from knitted leopard jacquard.

Coach
Sporty and retro inspired with a feminine touch.

GEOX
Featherlight, cushioned, ultra flexible and breathable!

Marc Cain

Coach

Geox

ECCO
In true athleisure style, this runner elevates a sporty sneaker look with both textile and colour accents.

Michael Kors
A “Take on the Moment” trainers that make a statement.

Stuart Weitzman
The vintage-inspired Daryl lace-up for all those who “are going places”. Scarf laces sold separately.

Ecco

Michael Kors

Stuart Weitzman

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