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A totally cosmic look at the brightest stars—and the up-and-comers—in our local sneaker industry’s footwear firmament.
Wieden, one half of Portland's iconic ad agency Wieden & Kennedy, died Friday, September 30, at the age of 77.
The annual event, taking place August 4–10, brings out the city’s most cultured and creative enthusiasts in the footwear industry.
With his upcoming Nike movie, he’s got Portland cred, but let’s just imagine some of the alternatives: Jesus, Voldemort, George Clooney…
Many of the Rose City-based brands have founders with roots at Nike, Adidas and Columbia—like Velous, which is making recovery sandals
The namesake building is the largest yet to grace the sprawling campus in Beaverton.
The Nike-sponsored Portland bike share program's all-electric fleet is free for up to an hour if you have the app.
From Nike to Stoel Rives to City Hall, many local businesses are navigating COVID-era office culture by moving to hybrid work schedules.
Disagreements with the early face of the brand—a beloved nurse and influencer with more than a million Instagram followers—changed the company's trajectory. Its founders, two former Nike employees, are trying to right the ship.
Private employers in Oregon are starting to jump on the vaccine mandate for their employees.
How We're Coping
Shain Brenden says he and other comedians have had to "adjust accordingly." But that doesn't mean it's not a little bit funny.
The Culture PDX is a vintage wonderland of 750-plus Nike pieces.
Your cremains come back in a minimalist "urn" so sleek it could hold a new iPhone.
The best part? The socks. No, for real.
“I got really inspired by the posters and sociopolitical prints of the 1960s and ’70s civil rights movement," says designer Marcellus Johnson.
And it boasts a workspace that would make Tim Gunn clap with joy.
Nike designer and Toffee Club co-owner Pete Hoppins explains why football fashion is having a moment.
Hate the color of our city's communal bikes? Channel your rage into a new design.
On, a Zurich-based running shoe maker, aims to break into the local market.
Eleanor Van Buren
Athletics meets aesthetics in menswear label Dyne.