Designing for a sneaker brand is a never-ending, constantly demanding job. Seasons are created, sampled, tested, scrapped, and restarted, day in and day out every quarter, every year. It’s a constant struggle of compromising creative pulls with market trends, while accountants claim the best colors for the industry. Every designer needs an escape away from the job, and each is unique to the designer. We caught up with some to find out what they do when they’re not designing, while others, who we’ve lost to history, have left clues to their hobbies behind them.
What Your Favorite Sneaker Designers Do When They’re Not Designing Sneakers
From Tinker Hatfield to Dan Gamache, we take a look at what some of the most iconic sneaker designers do on their spare time.
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