Trainers are the footwear of choice for celebrities, from sport stars to pop stars.
Trainers, particularly leading brands like Adidas and Nike are the footwear of choice for todays celebrity. From Noel Gallagher to David Beckham, its hard to imagine any leading male celeb without the obligatory pair of Adidas trainers, Nike vans trainers uk or Puma trainers. In fact the Oasis bad boy of pop is said to be obsessive about trainers, collecting hundreds of pairs of retro Adidas trainers. And unlike most of us who wear our favourite trainers until they start to fall apart, Gallagher is said to keep his precious trainers in mint condition.
Trainers Gallaghers Addiction
Retro trainers and vintage trainers are collector items for some fashion aficionados. Gallagher told the press that he got addicted to collecting trainers to replace his drug addiction. He said his obsessive collection of trainers prompted his girlfriend to say he had a problem. But male celebrities do seem to be particularly smitten by this footwear fetish for trainers. Rap singer Puff Daddy, or P Diddy as hes now known, hit the fashion headlines in 2000 when he may have been charged with criminal possession of a gun but his bling trainers ensured hed have no issues with the style police. As part of a menswear collection for New York Fashion Week, the rap star modelled custom made trainers. Alongside the bling trainers studded with rhinestones, precious stones were embossed in his jeans, diamond cufflinks and chest chain and fake fur coats completed the rap star look dubbed Ghetto Luxe.
Vintage Trainers and the Music Scene
Trainers seem to be de rigueur for the music scene. Vintage trainers are sported on most indy bands feet, and the rock gods love trainers too Slash from Gunsn’Roses is a fan of vintage Adidas trainers, as are rappers the Beastie Boys. Trainers is the footwear of the cool, inspiring almost religious obsession for those really devoted to trainers. Theres a whole sub culture of people who aim to find the ultimate trainers. In fact, the quickest route to being too cool for school is to find a pair of rare trainers collectible trainers that are from dead stock, usually from a vintage brand like Adidas, Puma or Nike. Limited edition trainers are even shown the same reverence as great art one boutique trainers shop in London regularly displays the most collectible trainers at specific private viewings.
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