There is more to sneaker culture and fashion than looking fresh. A neat stack of coffee table books is a sign of good taste and a classy way of letting people know that you are cultured. We picked out six books for your coffee table available at solebox.
Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book
The name says it all. Sneaker Freaker has been reporting on sneaker culture since 2002. The 672-page book catalogues the most relevant models and collaborations, highlighted by the most interesting stories, features and interviews published by the magazine.
Highsnobiety studies the development of street fashion and urban culture, focusing on the streetwear communities in Japan, the US and Europe as well as the influence of hip-hop, punk and skateboarding on high fashion.
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Pharrell: A Fish Doesn’t Know It’s Wet
As one of the most influential figures in both music and fashion, this book offers an extensive look at the impressive body of work by Pharrell Williams with input from the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Takashi Murakami and Daniel Arsham.
The Story of NFTs
Amy Whitaker and Nora Burnett Abrams provide a comprehensive look at non-fungible tokens, which have taken over the art world. Aimed at artists, collectors, art lovers and professionals, the book lays out where NFTs came from and what they mean for the future of the art world.
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SNEAKER FREAKER: SOLED OUT
A tribute to the golden age of sneaker advertising, curated by Sneaker Freaker. More than 900 ads featuring some of the most memorable campaigns from Nike, adidas, ASICS and many more over 720 pages.
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Louis Vuitton: A Passion for Creation
This retrospective of one of the most iconic luxury brands highlights Louis Vuitton’s collaborations with designers, artist, architects and photographers. Exploring the relationship between fashion, art and design, this 536-page book is also a tribute the workers, that have contributed to the company’s success.