5 Female Celebrities Who Should Get a Sneaker Designer Contract
Stilettos, pumps, or any type of 5-inch heeled shoe are always seen covering the feet of singers and actresses, but when it’s time to unwind or just running to the grocery store, the heels come off and the laces are tied up. With the debut of Teyana Taylor's first shoe design (Adidas Harlem GLC), the sneaker-head isn’t the only woman adorning her love for the rubber soles. Check out five women who could add to their repertoire with a sneaker design contract.
From her music video “R.I.P.” to Instagram, this British babe rocks her Jordans elegantly while still keeping street flavor. Men love women in a pair of these popular sneakers, perhaps a possible Air Jordan contract would slay the competition?
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Her Instagram displays it all: a little bit of sexy while still flawlessly pulling off a casual look. From Nike to the Cool Grey 11 Air Jordan, this Vixen certainly knows how to switch it up.
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Stepping onto the scene in a pair of black and gold Retro Air Jordan in her “Me & U” video, this bad girl also knows how to trade in the heels for a pair of cool kicks. She stepped up her shoe game to a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti Python Print Zip sneakers. A high-end shoe design deal would suit this “King Of Hearts” singer.
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Known to make even tomboy fashion look sexy, Rihanna owns a few pairs of Jordans and wears them to the club. The “Phresh Out The Runway” singer has acquired many endorsement deals, a sneaker company reaching out to Rih couldn’t hurt.
Kicking the scene in her Adidas or “Playoff” Air Jordan sneaks, Ciara knows how to keep it classy in street wear. The “Got Me Good” singer already received a modeling contract, but putting her creativity behind a shoe deal would solidify her status in the kicks community.