Pierre Hardy

Pierre Hardy Water Snake Sneakers

By C. Gitonga on
January 05, 2012

Pierre Hardy’s 100% Water Snake Sneakers ($800) can be a great look for this upcoming spring. These snake inspired sneakers feature a front velcro strap at the top, followed by white shoes laces, inner leather lining, and  concludes with a white rubber sole. These will definitely go well with shorts and a graphic tee. Are they a must have for the spring? More looks below.

Sean Kingston in Pierre Hardy Discorama Sneakers

By Kyle O. on
November 11, 2011

Recording artist Sean Kingston was spotted leaving the Katsuya restaurant in Los Angeles and hopping into his car. He was wearing a black leather motorcycle jacket and a pair of Pierre Hardy Discorama Sneakers ($585). These shoes feature a suede and patent leather upper with gold and silver metallic patchwork detail. See pics below.

Usher in Levi’s Denim Jacket and Pierre Hardy Fall/Winter 2011 Sneakers

By Kyle O. on
October 28, 2011

Usher was spotted walking in West Hollywood, California wearing a Levi’s Denim Button Jacket over a zip jacket with a pair of dark gray pants. He finished off his look with a pair of Pierre Hardy Blue/Black Velvet Sneakers from the Men’s Fall/Winter 2011 Collection. We recently featured the tan/black version of these shoes. See pics below

Zoe Saldana wears Barbara Bui and Pierre Hardy Sandals at Motorola Droid Razr Launch

By Kyle O. on
October 19, 2011

Actress Zoe Saldana attended the Motorola Droid Razr Launch event, and was joined by rapper 50 Cent, who later performed. She wore a Barbara Bui Chain black top and black pants from the Resort 2012 Collection. Zoe also rocked a pair of Pierre hardy Court Sandals (seen below in suede and patent leather, $650). See pics below.

Pierre Hardy Velvet Sneakers

By Kyle O. on
October 11, 2011

For Fall/Winter 2011, Pierre Hardy has taken their signature sneaker silhouette and adorned it with velvet. These shoes also feature a velvet velcro strap with logo branding and sit on a thick white sole. They’re available in high-top ($530) and low-top ($485) versions. Check out the low-tops below.