Our editorial team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission.With Coachella right around the corner and outfit planning drawing to a frantic close, there’s one clothing item that’s high on every Coachella-goer’s mind — the perfect pair of shoes.Music festivals at large require hours of standing, walking and dancing but perhaps none so much as Coachella, where attendees (regardless of where they’re dropped off) are required to walk at least a mile from the festival gates into the festival itself before the line-waiting begins.Coachella itself has become a fashion show of sorts, leaving attendees to find footwear that’s both comfortable and fashionable.Luckily, brands everywhere have been getting on-board with perfecting that hybrid, with boots and platform sneakers in on-trend white shades and prints that still give … [Read more...] about The only shoes you’ll need for Coachella 2019
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Europe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Europe | ‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why Do So Many Pets Keep Leaping Into a Scottish Gorge? Advertisement Supported by Scotland Dispatch ByCeylan Yeginsu March 27, 2019 DUMBARTON, Scotland — “I was sure she was dead,” Lottie Mackinnon said quietly. Ms. Mackinnon was sitting huddled in the corner of a cafe with her two children, sipping hot chocolate as she described the day three years ago when she was walking with her Border collie, Bonnie, over the Overtoun Bridge in Dumbarton, Scotland. “Something overcame Bonnie as soon as we approached the bridge,” Ms. Mackinnon said. “At first she froze, but then she became possessed by a strange energy and ran and jumped right off the parapet.” A bewitched dog lured to leap off a bridge by a malevolent force? It sounds like … [Read more...] about ‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why Do So Many Pets Keep Leaping Into a Scottish Gorge?
Dr. Martens has announced plans to invest £2m in its Wollaston site where it plans to build a new visitor and heritage centre. The shoemaker will also upgrade its manufacturing facilities in Cobbs Lane to nearly double production to up to 165,000 pairs. The heritage centre is expected to open in spring 2020 and will feature a factory tour, a shop selling hand-made products and an "experience centre" displaying memorabilia.Dr Martens CEO Kenny Wilson said: "This investment demonstrates our ongoing commitment to Northamptonshire and to upholding Dr Martens’ distinguished brand heritage."We are really proud of our history and of our roots in Northamptonshire – the county has played a huge role in the growth of our brand and we want people to be able to experience this."Today’s investment also highlights the success of our Made in England range and its continued popularity with our customers. "We can’t wait to open our new visitor centre and welcome Dr … [Read more...] about Dr. Martens to double production and build visitor centre with £2m investment at Wollaston site