TOWER Brick Lane 2nd Anniversary Party

TOWER Brick Lane 2nd Anniversary Party On Thursday 4th October we celebrated the 2nd Anniversary of the TOWER Brick Lane store with an in-store party. The event was in collaboration with CAT Footwear and More »

FILA DISRUPTING: Fila & The Fila Disruptor

FILA DISRUPTING Fila & The Fila Disruptor Now bearing the impressive title of South Koreas largest sportswear company, you wouldn’t guess Fila’s roots were so humble. When the brand was founded in Italy More »

The Vans Sk8-Hi

THE SK8-HI   You’d be pretty hard-pressed to find a Vans silhouette that hasn’t become an icon, but maybe even the Sk8-Hi ranks above the rest. Seriously, who hasn’t copped a pair More »

 

THE CONVERSE ONE STAR

    THE CONVERSE ONE STAR USA, 1974. A (One) star is born. Sorry- couldn’t resist. Like most Converse pairs, the One Star was created as a basketball sneaker. Unlike most Converse pairs, it didn’t feature the signature circle ankle patch, instead rocked a subtle 5-pointed star motif. Inspiring the style name. The simple silhouette, nice

UPCOMING DROPS | Ft Clear Weather

UPCOMING DROPS | Ft Clear Weather   NAME: Clear Weather PRICE: £100 – 250 DROP DATE: 24th September LOCATION: Website & TOWER Brick Lane store | www.tower-london.com  OVERVIEW: A new brand on board for AW18. Clear Weather is independently owned and family run (like TOWER) by brothers Joe & Brandon out of California. Our first drop

AW18 Skechers Has Landed

  AW18 Skechers has landed. The D’Lites are undoubtedly the crowning glory of this drop, alongside a new men’s silhouette, the DLT-A. Basking in the current dad-sneaker resurgence, the D’Lite is pretty much the original 90’s chunky silhouette – though one that was more likely worn by your little sister than your dad. Largely unchanged

SNEAKER TRENDS 2018 (and beyond?)

SNEAKER TRENDS 2018 (and beyond?) Trends come and go, but some can go a little quicker than others and some can last longer than…the dad sneaker trend? We’ve looked into our crystal ball and pulled together a little research on some of the years biggest sneaker trends, current & emerging. 90’S The decade people (and brands)