There’s nothing more iconic than a pair of black-and-white sneakers, and they’re just as ubiquitous in fashion as they are in daily life.
But while they can be a staple for anyone who wears black, they can also be worn by anyone who doesn’t.
The black-on-black silhouette has evolved over the years, from black with red accents to black with navy accents to more muted shades of black.
We talked to shoe designer Alex Nolte about his latest footwear collection, which includes two styles with black on the toes, two shoes with a more muted color palette and one pair with a black and white heel.
(Full disclosure: Noltes shoes are my all-time favorite.)