Nowadays, sneakers aren't just for wearing. They're an asset class, on display at museums, and fueling an increasingly profitable resale market. Much of that traces back to Nike putting a superstar rookie's name on a new pair of kicks in 1985.
After staying inside so long, sweatpants and leggings have become the new norm. How will this period of time effect the way we dress in the future? It's hard to know, but we took some time to hypothesize.
William Murphy was not the first pioneer of space-saving furniture, but thanks to some clever innovation, good timing and fortuitous funding, his surname has become the household name in foldout beds and a widely used generic applied to similar designs.
"This will confirm and verify that the NBA's rules and procedures prohibited the wearing of certain red and black Nike basketball shoes by Chicago Bulls player Michael Jordan on or around October 18th, 1984."