In 2005, London-based creative agency http://u-dox.com” target=”_blank”>U-Dox and publisher http://thamesandhudson.com” target=”_blank”>Thames & Hudson compiled a book titled Sneakers: The Complete Collectors’ Guide. Instantaneously, sneaker aficionados deemed it to be the most definitive guide on sneakers till then in the English language. Almost a decade later, the partners have finally completed the follow-up, in the form of http://freshnessmag.com/2014/02/12/sneakers-complete-limited-editions-guide/” target=”_blank”>Sneakers: The Complete Limited Editions Guide. Just before the book’s official debut, Kish Kash of Midnight Coal Co. interviewed notable sneakerheads from the UK music and street culture scene about their love, obsession, and addiction for kicks. Guests ranging from http://tinietempah.com” target=”_blank”>Tinie Tempah, https://twitter.com/djmk” target=”_blank”>DJMK, http://lilymercer.co.uk” target=”_blank”>Lily Mercer, James Else, Yanni, http://elizadoolittle.com” target=”_blank”>Eliza Doolittle, http://chrisaylen.com” target=”_blank”>Chris Aylen, Steve Bryden, along with Nick Bam, our friend artist http://davewhiteart.com” target=”_blank”>Dave White, and producer https://twitter.com/daddydark” target=”_blank”>Charlie Dark, whose mother tried to dissuade her son from buying more sneakers by stating the fact that he wasn’t a centipede.
http://completesneakers.com” target=”_blank”>Sneakers: The Complete Limited Editions Guide is now available for purchase at http://amzn.to/1jbfD3k”>Amazon.com and Thames & Hudson’s online store. In the meantime, congratulation to the team at U-Dox and Thames & Hudson.