No Name’s new Heritage line pays tribute to the BFF of 1990s fashionistas: platform sneakers! Vintage icons or brand-new prototypes, pick your style.
Girls in overalls and crop tops wearing bandanas, sporting buns and a pair of No Names. The French de rigueur brand in the Nineties is back, front and centre, on the fashion scene. Buy a pair of these modernized, iconic shoes before the trend-setters get them all! The Nineties are in the lead again.
The Retro Cool Flex Jogger. Their vintage running style will make you jump for joy. They’re comfortable, chic, and boost you over an inch and a half. In stylish black-on-black, they mix suede with nylon over a flexible, light, patterned sole.
The Iconic Plato. The basic wedge gives you a two-inch boost, pure and simple. The Plato also features the classic black-and-white check pattern prized by design guru Andrée Putman. Why not try that pattern on the Flex Runner?
London Calling: The Kross Chelsea. Make a splash in your oh-so-British Kross shoes, with patent uppers in black, red, white or tartan print! With oversize sophisticated notched soles, they will double as your very own urban combat boots. A must for winter!
Roller Fever. The Nineties were also the golden age of roller skating. Those four little wheels captured the imagination of an entire generation, and inspired No Name’s Roller Basket. The legendary roller sole is back in four sophisticated and seasonal hues. Along with No Name’s signature black and white model, check out our Fall olive and pumpkin orange. Zip or laces–it’s up to you!