PUMA and Atelier New Regime  


If you’re looking for sporty streetwear: PUMA teamed up with Montreal-based streetwear label Atelier New Regime to launch a motorsport-inspired, streetwear-ready debut collection of shoes and apparel. Signature Atelier New Regime details including prominent slogans and the use of orange are incorporated into classic PUMA styles. 

Where to buy: Online at aterliernewregime.com and ca.puma.com


JW Anderson x Converse 




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If you’re a fan of felt: The designer’s latest collection with Converse takes the classic Chuck 70 and gives it a full felt makeover — the sneakers are unlined so users can feel the material. They’re available in range of fall-ready colours from a khaki green to neon orange and feature lasered-on details on the tongue and heel.  

Where to buy: Online at j-w-anderson.com and converse.com on October 11


Reebok’s Aztrek 


If you want a throwback vibe: The “dad shoe” trend is still going strong and Reebok joins in with the drop of its iconic 90s sneaker, Aztrek. Originally designed in 1993, the updated shoe retains all its beloved details like the Hexalite heel tech and ride height. 

Where to buy: $130 at reebok.ca 


Native Shoes


If you’re looking for lightweight kicks: For the more eco-conscious of sneaker lovers, all of Native Shoes are beast-free and manufactured sustainably. Our pick is the Jefferson 2.0 Liteknit — it’s made with zero waste, comes in a range of colours and as the name suggests, possibly the lightest shoe in your closet. 

Where to buy: $100 at nativeshoes.com 


Converse x Opening Ceremony 


If you want casual glam: Look no further for the shoe to make every step sparkle. This rhinestone-studded sneaker (which debuted at New York Fashion Week) is Opening Ceremony’s take on Converse’s iconic One Star. The party-ready limited edition sneaker is covered in differently sized rhinestones on soft slate grey suede. 

Where to buy: Online at converse.ca