Considering the company started out very small and had lots of competition, lack of support, and barely enough resources to operate, Vans has proven itself a vanguard of independent entrepreneurship that fairy tales are made of. Here are 30 surprising facts about Vans!
Despite most of the Western population owning at least one item made by Nike, there are many interesting facts which are relatively unknown. Check out these 30 interesting Nike facts!
Now a household name, Calvin Klein is probably best known for its underwear, jeans and perfumes. However, the company sells a huge variety of products, including bags, towels, jewellery and shoes. Check out the facts & history on Calvin Klein here!
Few people know about Levi Strauss Day, but it takes place every year on 26th February. Huge fans of Levi Strauss and his ever-popular jeans are likely to acknowledge the day when it comes around, but why does this historical designer have a day all to himself?
We often see cheap knock-off Darth Vader outfits worn at costume parties by both adults and children, the real outfit would be much more difficult (and way more expensive!) to get your hands on. To make this suit in real life, it would cost a staggering $18.3 million, but which parts were the most expensive?
Adidas, the German footwear maker, celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2014, and with close to 70 years of success, there's a whole lot of facts you don't know. Today we're going to explore 30 facts about Adidas that every self-professed sneaker head should know.
That's right, folks! National Dress Up Your Pet Day is here so it's time to dig out your kitty hats and puppy jumpers to make sure your furry little friends are the most glamorous pets on your street today.
It's safe to say that the majority of us own a pair of jeans, making denim one of the most popular materials in our wardrobes today. With hundreds of fashion companies selling items made from denim, it's worth knowing a few interesting facts about it.
Onesies, which are essentially adult jumpsuits or pyjamas, date back further than you may think and have a pretty interesting history. Pyjamas were first introduced to Britain in the 17th century and it was a very short lived fashion trend, but made its return in the late 1800's.
Here in the 21st century, shoppers can purchase clothing, groceries, electronics and much more using the power of the internet. You should take extra care when buying clothing online, especially since you can’t try them on beforehand. Here are eight important things you should check.