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A trend you should run with: Sneakers are everywhere

From Dior kicks and color-block flatforms to crisp white tennis shoes—designers and the fashion world front row are smitten with sneaks.

Sneakers_trend_fitness fashionThere’s no denying it: Sneakers are everywhere.

And we’re not talking about the performance-boosting, arch-supporting Brooks you wear on your five-mile runs. Dior and Valentino sneaks, color-block flatforms, and crisp white tennis shoes were (and are) all over Spring 2015 Fashion Week catwalks and sidewalks—and therefore all over fashion blogs like The Sartorialist and runway-recaps on

Designers are embracing the sneaker trend—by sending kicks down the runway and using them as inspiration in their shows—and is the front row. Attendees have been wearing sneakers with their designer labels in place of stilettos (easier to run away from the paparazzi?).

Read on to see 10 street style and designer sneaker looks, captured by top fashion photogs and bloggers. And tell us, are you running with the sneakers-outside-the-gym trend? Let us know, in the Comments, below! —Molly Gallagher



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DKNY_sneakers_SP15Donna Karan paired color-block flatform sneakers with dresses, peplum skirts, and oversized coats at her Spring 2015 runway show.



Leandra Medine_sneakersLeandra Medine (AKA The Man Repeller), is no stranger to boy-meets-girl fashion. During New York Fashion Week she was spotted wearing kicks by Italian brand Golden Goose (left) and Valentino (right).



Burberry Prorsum_SP15_2There wasn’t a heel in sight at Burberry Prorsum’s Spring 2015 show in London. In addition to crisp white sneakers, bright sneaks were paired with trench coats, shimmering skirts, and pretty dresses (athletic meets British chic?).



Adidas_street style 2Old-school Adidas Superstars spotted by Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week.



Sartorialist_London Fashion WeekThe Sartorialist captured this Fashion Week attendee wearing her New Balance kicks to run from show to show. (Kira Stokes loves hers for jumping rope.)



Alexand-Wang-Sneaker-BagOkay, while he didn’t send actual sneakers down the runway, Alexander Wang’s most recent collection was entirely inspired by sneakers. Think Air Jordan-esque handbags and Adidas-inspired tennis sets.




Sarah Lerfel_Street Style The Cut singled out Sarah Lerfel, the founder of Paris’ Colette as one of the “Street-Style Best Dressed,” as she slipped on everything from Riccardo Tisci for Nike to Dior sneaks during New York Fashion Week.



Temperley_sneakersAt the Temperley London show, Chuck Taylor-style sneaks came in neutral hues from white and ivory to tan.



Garance Doré Street Style 2So fresh and so clean. Fashion writer and photographer, Garance Doré, looked effortlessly chic in neutrals and crisp white kicks, and for it, The Cut called her “Best Dressed,” too.



Nike_NYFWThree cheers for this look! W Magazine put the spotlight on this street style at New York Fashion Week that so cutely captures the varsity sport trend.



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