Many designers at Men’s New York Fashion Week chose to incorporate Dr. Martens into their runway styles. We caught up with a few talented designers and creative directors and asked them about their new lines and their Docs. Here, we spoke to Chenelle Delgadillo, Stylist at Chapter to find out about their Spring Summer 2017 collection. 
 

chapter profile
Chapter Stylist, Chenelle Delgadillo.
 
 
Tell us about your first pair of Dr. Martens.
I got my first pair of Docs probably around age 5. They were the classic 1460 boots, and honestly, since then, I think I’ve always had that style in my size, even today. 
 
Tell us a bit about your new looks and why you chose to incorporate Dr Martens into you show for NYFW?
Chapter’s Spring Summer 2017 collection, DISCORD, looks at the juxtaposition of a city’s harsh architectural lines intersecting with the spirit of socialization and human interaction. Inspired by 90’s culture and the cinematography of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, in particular, the collection brings this concept to life through the use of unorthodox, structured silhouettes counterbalanced by soft, malleable details such as embroidery, raw detailing, washing and printing. The silhouettes represent an evolution of Chapter’s staple pieces that are more refined but still very much in the vein of past collections. Pants with a slightly wider leg opening, tops featuring new linen blends, and the introduction of mustard as a key addition to the seasonal color palette. We have always used Docs in our presentations and it is crazy that every season, Dr. Martens has a perfect style for our collection. I’d consider Docs a Chapter staple. 
 
What do you stand for?
Chapter is stylistically complex, even contradictory in design and movement drawn together. Chapter manifests a taste of importance with desire to evoke underlying, emotional states of grander and visceral appeal focused around the individual. 
 
Chapter-SS17-NYMD-Presentation_Low-Res-06 copy
Chapter SS17: Customised Geraldo sandals. Photographer: Shawn Punch.
 
 
Chapter-SS17-NYMD-Presentation_Low-Res-05 copy
Chapter SS17: Customised Geraldo sandals. Photographer: Shawn Punch.
 
 
Chapter-SS17-NYMD-Presentation_Low-Res-03 copy
Chapter SS17: Customised Geraldo sandals. Photographer: Shawn Punch.
 
 
Chapter-SS17-NYMD-Presentation_Low-Res-04 copy
Chapter SS17: the Penton loafer. Photographer: Shawn Punch
 
 
Chapter-SS17-NYMD-Presentation_Low-Res-01 copy
Chapter SS17: the 1914 boot. Photographer: Shawn Punch.
 
 
Find out more about Chapter on their website, Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr
 

Dr. Martens and Beams, two pioneers of British and Japanese fashion, have come together to re-imagine a classic style and give it a self-expressive twist. Named after the date of its creation; 1st April 1961, the 1461 shoe was a “Stout Shoe made from all the same materials as the 1460 which can be worn for working or sporting occasions”.  
 

The Dr. Martens x Beams shoe, available online now.
The Dr. Martens x Beams shoe, available online now.
 
 
This iconic yet versatile style has been updated in patent leather, allowing the shoe to be dressed up or down depending on occasion and desired style. The shoe also comes with the option of classic or satin ribbon laces. 
 
Available for both men and women; at both Beams and selected Dr. Martens retail stores as well as select retailers globally, the shoes will be on sale from August 26th onwards. 
 
The Dr. Martens x Beams shoe, available online now.
The Dr. Martens x Beams shoe, available online now.
 
 
The Dr. Martens x Beams collaboration is available in the following stores:
Beams stores
IT Store (Hong Kong & Beijing)
Lane Crawford (China)
Dover Street Market (London/NYC/Beijing)
Black Market (New York, US)
Xhibition (New York, US)
Concepts (New York, US)
Bodega (Boston, US)
Jon & Olivia (Toronto, Canada)
Gravity Pope (Vancouver, Canada)
Hervia (Manchester, England)
The Liquor Store (Birmingham, England)
End Clothing (Newcastle, England)
Wellgosh (Leicester, England)
Goodhood (London, England)
Colette (Paris, France)
Archive 18-20 (Paris, France)
Pacific Wear (Bordeaux, France)
SPRMRKT (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Concrete (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Baskets (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Coef (Nijmengen, Netherlands)
Daily Rush (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
The Standard Store (Sydney, Australia)
C-Store (Stockholm, Sweden)
Dr Martens Stores (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Dr Martens Stores (Oxford Street, London, England)
Dr Martens Stores (New York City, Soho, US)
Dr Martens Stores (Paris, France)
Dr Martens Stores (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Dr Martens Stores (San Francisco, US) 
 
Find out more about Beams on their website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
 

We spoke to Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele to find out more about her take on the new #DMsLITE range and her love for Dr. Martens. 
 

412A1576
Hanne Gaby Odiele wearing the Newton boot in black from our new #DMsLITE range.
 
 
Can you walk us through your motivation behind what you created for our new DM’s Lite product?
Having worn Docs for most of my life, I wanted to communicate the lightness of the sole in the city; something that represented how I would incorporate them in my daily life. Especially when it’s as hot as it has been, being able to move more freely is always appreciated! 
 
What inspires or excites you?
Everything and everyone! I pull inspiration from the people around me, the places I travel, my family and friends – everything is a source for inspiration if you keep your eyes open enough. 
 
How would you describe your style?
If I could describe it that easily it would probably be relatively similar day to day – but I like to think it evolves and changes with my moods and where I’m at in life. 
 
Hanne Gaby Odiele wearing the Newton boot in black from our new #DMsLITE range.
Hanne Gaby Odiele wearing the Newton boot in black from our new #DMsLITE range.
 
 
Tell us about your first pair of Dr. Martens:
I got my first Docs when I was 8 years old – so over 20 years ago. They were purple, and probably my favorite shoes ever. Since then, I’ve had over 30 pairs in my life, and it’s definitely been a long love-story with the brand. Some of my most favorite memories have been made in Dr. Martens. 
 
What do you stand for?
I stand for the equality and freedom of all persons to be treated with inalienable respect and dignity. 
 
Find out more about Hanne Gaby Odiele on her Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
 

Many designers at Men’s New York Fashion Week chose to incorporate Dr. Martens into their runway styles. We caught up with a few talented designers and creative directors and asked them about their new lines and their Docs. Here, we spoke to Malan Breton of Malan Breton HOMME to find out about their Spring Summer 2017 collection.  
 

Screen Shot 2016-07-15 at 6.53.09 PM
Malan Breton
 
 
Tell us about your first pair of Dr. Martens.
My first pair of Docs were purchased in 1993. I travelled to Los Angeles to film a commercial, and needed a comfortable boot for an event. I was 21 years old. They were the original 1460 boots. Unfortunately, one of my bags was lost on a flight to NYC along with my Docs. 
 
Tell us a bit about your new collection and why you chose to incorporate Dr Martens into you show for NYFW?
There is a very strong street sensibility, with a contemporary skate element. I loved the edginess and style of the shoes we incorporated; they fit the line perfectly. 
 
What do you stand for?
I stand for individuality. 
 
unspecified-1
Malan Breton HOMME SS17: the Wilde boot. Photographer: Norman Ding.
 
 
unspecified-7
Malan Breton HOMME SS17: the Wilde boot. Photographer: Norman Ding.
 
 
unspecified-6
Malan Breton HOMME SS17: the Torriano shoe. Photographer: Norman Ding.
 
 
Find out more about Malan Breton HOMME on their website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
 

Dr. Martens has a rebellious history often associated with free-thinkers, creatives and different subcultures. This is not only true of the Dr. Martens customer, but also our hard-working family of staff. They are our brand ambassadors that embody the DMs way of life. Keep following the blog as we highlight our staff and contributors from across the globe and celebrate their achievements and style.  
 
Meet Ariana, from our Portland store. We spoke to her to find out more about her colourful fashion and her relationship with Dr. Martens. 
 

IMG_7058 (1)
Ariana wearing the Jadon boot.
 
 
Introduce yourself:
Hi there! My name is Ariana and I am an AirWair Extraordinaire at the Portland, Oregon store! Outside of being a master sales wizard, I am also actively pursuing a career in playing dress up and using my imagination as an aspiring stylist, creative director, and clothing designer. I can best describe myself as an aesthetic poet, left-handed lunatic, nostalgia enthusiast, cheeseburger fanatic, vintage kitsch hoarder, Harry Styles admirer (my true life goal is to be Harry’s Styles-list), and all around technicolor weirdo. 
 
What DMs are you wearing in your photo?
I’m wearing my beloved Jadon Boots with rainbow laces dyed by yours truly! I first saw these bad boys on ethereal goddess FKA twigs, then dreamt about them every single night until they were mine. I call them my big gay Frankenstein boot, because they look just like the huge platforms Herman Munster wore, except, you know, more fabulous. Lisa Frank-enstein! 
 
IMG_7039 (1)
Ariana wearing the Jadon boots.
 
 
Tell us about your first pair of Dr. Martens:
My first pair of Docs were these off-green patent 1460’s that my mom scored on eBay when I was around 12 years old. Unfortunately, at that time, I was a self-conscious preteen who could barely muster the inner strength to leave the house with them on, despite how excited I was to finally own a pair. Looking back on that experience, I always regret second-guessing wearing something that made me smile simply because it drew too much attention. It’s hard to imagine feeling that way nowadays, especially considering that my favorite pair are my Pascal boots in Vintage Daisy. They are about as eye-catching as it gets! 
 
What’s your favourite thing about living in Portland?
Portland is like Never Never Land to me; a judgement free zone where dogs are allowed most places, there are pastel Edward Scissorhand-esque houses in each neighborhood, beautiful flower gardens everywhere, and the people are generally super polite and down to earth. My second home and favorite place to boogie is the Lovecraft, an amazing fog-filled Goth bar with the Halloween decor and rainbow lights of my dreams. Fellow Portlander and previous interviewee Alex Simon said it best: “The real reason I’m in love with this city is because it contains my chosen family. The friends I’ve made here continuously inspire me, make my heart explode, and challenge me to keep growing.” 
 
1
Ariana wearing the 3989 Bex shoe.
 
 
How would you describe you style?
The world can be a very dark and threatening place. To help cope, I surround myself with happy thoughts. The way I dress is a clear reflection of that: eyesore bright colors, holographic sequins, fuzzy muppet textures, Beetlejuice stripes, polka dots, patterned Mod neckties. I try to treat every day as a special occasion to wear whatever it is that I want to wear, because ultimately I will feel more powerful and capable to take over the world if I know I am accurately representing how I feel inside, outside.   Lately I find myself dressing a lot like Rainbow the Clown (and his alter ego Mr. Mime) from my very favorite episode of PowerPuff Girls. I definitely haven’t always been this confident with my manner of dress… I’m extremely grateful to now hold the power that comes with no longer being concerned with what others think of me – or at least the way I chose to visually express myself. If you FEEL like a million bucks in it, you LOOK like a million bucks in it. That’s it. That’s the secret. 
 
Ariana the Jadon boot.
Ariana wearing the Jadon boots.
 
 
You have a lot of social media followers. Why do you think so many people respond to your style?
Social media and I have had a solid relationship, dating back to the dinosaur ages of Livejournal. Using social media, I’ve made countless lifelong friendships with tons of wonderful weirdos from all across the globe! However, it did take me awhile to get past the initial confusion and pressure I felt around the sheer quantity (thousands, whoa!) of humans who tune into my shenanigans. I definitely recognize how privileged I am to get away with presenting as I do with little to no consequences. Not everyone has an accepting and judgement-free: family, workplace, city, peer group, space, etc. to be free to dress as outlandishly as I do. Since I am lucky enough to have access to a microphone, I try to make sure I am using my platform for good, and raising awareness for issues I am passionate about. Especially connecting with fellow weirdo queers, inspiring them to let their true colors shine and to let their freak flags fly. It’s an indescribable feeling knowing that I could be helping someone feel less alone in the world just because they see me sharing an experience they can relate to. Representation matters so much and I’m proud to be a part of this social media phenomenon! Making strangers smile or laugh is an honor, and I’m glad to experience it as frequently as I do. 
 
What are your three favourite styles right now?
1. The Pascal Petrol Black with rainbow glitter is my absolute favorite combo! So naturally when I laid eyes on these bad boys, I wept. 
2. The 3989 Bex shoe in black and white. I used to have a similar pair of creepers that my Grandma called my “Mickey Mouse shoes” because the wingtips reminded her of his widow’s peak. After those shoes sadly bit the dust, I was overjoyed to find a longer lasting, higher quality alternative. 
3. The Indica shoe in black. So classic! The perfect vintage inspired Mary Jane! And the best way to showcase my mostly mismatched Halloween socks! 
 
2
Ariana wearing the Pascal boot in Virginia leather.
 
 
And finally, what do you stand for?
I stand for: the healing properties of color, finding magic in unexpected places, petting every puppy I see, de-stigmatizing mental illness, challenging society’s BORING concept of beauty and perfection, sticking googly eyes on everything, Black Lives Matter,  Sprinkle Day (the holiday I invented where I put rainbow sprinkles on everything I eat/drink for the whole day), eradicating the concept of guilty pleasures, hiding little surprises in my pockets for future me to find, intersectional feminism, unadulterated body positivity, ignoring the gender binary, and above all – never growing up. 
 
Find out more about Ariana on her Instagram, Tumblr and blog
 

Many designers at Men’s New York Fashion Week chose to incorporate Dr. Martens into their runway styles. We caught up with a few talented designers and creative directors and asked them about their new lines and their Docs. Here, we spoke to Scot Shandalove of Matiere to find out about their Spring Summer 2017 collection. 
 

GS1A0755
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
Tell us about your first pair of Dr. Martens
The 1461 shoe. I was 15 years old and bought them while living in Scottsdale
 
Can you tell us a bit about your new collection and why you chose to incorporate Dr. Martens into you show for NYFW?
The collection was conceived because of our love of San Francisco, The Grateful Dead, and the port. We wanted to incorporate the 1461 White Mono shoe, as it felt like a great compliment to some of the collection pieces. It really helped elevate some of our casual looks into a more sophisticated direction. 
 
What do you stand for?
We are a casual contemporary luxury brand that focuses on materials and technical functionality. 
 
GS1A0893
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
Matiere SS17: the White Mono 1461 shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
GS1A0591
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
Matiere SS17: the White Mono 1461 shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
GS1A0941
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
Matiere SS17: the White Mono 1461 shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
Matiere SS17: the 1461 White Mono shoe. Photographer: Driely S.
 
 
Find out more about Matiere on their website, Facebook, and Instagram
 

We’re teaming up with Cartoon Network for our fourth Adventure Time collection, introducing two more of the show’s most popular characters, Lumpy Space Princess and Ice King. Shop the collection on our US and UK sites now. Available for both adults and children.  
 
The Lumpy Space Princess 1460 boot comes in lilac with ‘lumpy’ textured sides and a 3D gold star lace accessory. Lumpy Space Princess is made from irradiated space dust and rules Lumpy Space, an outer space dimension where she lives with her parents – the King and Queen of Lumpy Space. Like all Lumpy Space People she can float and can turn regular people into Lumpy Space People if she bites them. 
 

Dr. Martens x Adventure Time AW16 collection: the 1460 Princess boot.
Dr. Martens x Adventure Time AW16 collection: the Lumpy Space Princess 1460 boot. Available in-stores and online now.
 
 
The second new character, Ice King is thousands of years old and was previously a human called Simon, who transformed after finding a mystical crown that made him slip into insanity and turn to ice. Often perceived as a villain, the Ice King is actually lonely and misunderstood. His boot is a classic 939 with a padded magical crown collar, ice white toe and blue sides match to his long beard and flowing cloak. 
 
Dr. Martens x Adventure Time AW16 collection: the 939 Ice King boot.
Dr. Martens x Adventure Time AW16 collection: the 939 Ice King boot. Available in-stores and online soon.
 
 
To complete this collection an all-over multi-character print featuring a selection of Adventure Time’s most familiar faces will be available on a boot, a t-shirt and back pack. 
 
Dr. Martens x Adventure Time AW16 collection: the Castel Toon boot.
Dr. Martens x Adventure Time AW16 collection: the Castel Toon boot. Available in-stores and online now.
 
 
Available in Dr.Martens stores, selected partners globally and online on our US and UK sites now. 
 

Last weekend, we headed down to Blackpool for independent Punk music festival, Rebellion. Over four days, Punk bands from around the world gathered to play in-front of 4,000 people, alongside performances from comedians, burlesque and more. We also partnered with Savill’s Barbers giving away free haircuts in the Dr. Martens pop-up. Have you been featured? Stay tuned for our Street Style post next week to see the best Dr. Martens outfits at the festival.  
 

Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Free hair cuts by Savill's Barbers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Free hair cuts by Savill’s Barbers, both wearing the 1461 shoe in black at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Performing at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
G.B.H performing at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016, wearing the 1460 boot. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016, wearing the 1460 boot. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016 wearing the 1460 boot and the 1914 boot. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
The crowd at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
The crowd at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Performing at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
The Exploited performing at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Free hair cuts by Savill's Barbers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Free hair cuts by Savill’s Barbers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
In the crowd at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
In the crowd at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-ers wearing the 1460 boot and the 1460 W Patent boot at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
The Dr. Martens stall at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
The Dr. Martens stall at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-ers at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016, wearing the 1914 boot. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Performing at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Anti-Nowhere League performing at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Festival go-er at Rebellion Festival 2016. Photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Rebellion Festival 2016, photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
Rebellion Festival 2016, photographed by Gobinder Jhitta.
 
 
Find out more about Rebellion Festival on their website, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
 

Dr. Martens has a rebellious history often associated with free-thinkers, creatives and different subcultures. This is not only true of the Dr. Martens customer, but also our hard-working family of staff. They are our brand ambassadors that embody the DMs way of life. Keep following the blog as we highlight our staff and contributors from across the globe and celebrate their achievements and style.  
 
Meet Rocky, singer and employee at our Oxford Street store. We spoke with him to find out more about his music career, and his relationship with Dr. Martens. 
 

Rocky wearing the 1461 shoe in black. Photographer: Tim Easton.
Rocky wearing the 1461 shoe in black. Photographer: Tim Easton.
 
 
Introduce yourself:
Hello! My name is Rocky Nti and when I’m not making noise on stage or in the recording studio, I’m selling DM’s at the Dr. Martens Oxford Street shop. I make indie rock music, play with a band and spent this year touring & having songs played on the radio which has been sweeeeeet! I was born in London but grew up in a strange utopia called Milton Keynes. Music brought me back to the big smoke and it’s been home for a while now. 
 
What Dr. Martens shoes are you wearing in your photo?
I’m wearing Vintage Made In England 1461, pretty much live in these or my 1460 boots. Can’t go wrong with a classic. 
 
Rocky wearing the 1461 shoe in black. Photographer: Tim Easton.
Rocky wearing the 1461 shoe in black. Photographer: Tim Easton.
 
 
Tell us about your first pair of Dr. Martens:
I’m actually quite new to the DM game, I bought my first pair 4 years ago and they were a pair of classic 1461 shoes. Now I have too many to count them all… 
 
How would you describe your style?
My style is a product of the shops I go in so it’s mostly vintage shop finds. You can’t go wrong with a bit of double denim (even triple denim if you want to live life on the edge). Some days I want to look like Andre 3000, other days I want to look like Brandon Flowers; I think I fall in between the two. 
 
Three tracks you’re listening to right now:
1. White Lies – Take It Out On Me
2. Honne – Till The Evening
3. Bloc Party – This Modern Love 
 
How was it playing at Glastonbury this year?
It was a crazy experience! It’s one of those moments in life that is as cool & special as you think it’s going to be; lived up to the hype in every way. It was awesome to play live on BBC Radio 1 and open the Introducing stage, I won’t forget it any time soon. 
 

 
 
What’s your favourite thing about the city you live in?
I know it’s said a lot and it’s a bit cliche, but the best thing about London is that there is always somewhere to escape to and new humans to meet. I mean, you can stay in and watch Netflix if you so wish, but if you want to go on an adventure there are so many cool spots you can discover by simply leaving your house and venturing into a new area. I’m slowly finding bars and clubs that you’d only really know about if you lived here, which makes the city feel like it’s your own adventure-land. You can make London whatever you want it to be. 
 
If you could meet anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?
I grew up when indie music was massive, so bands like Bloc Party, Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Killers & Death Cab For Cutie really shaped my taste. Working my way backwards in time, I have a new found love for Joy Division, Fleetwood Mac & The Smiths. Any of those would be great! 
 

Rocky wearing the 1461 shoe in black. Photographer: Tim Easton.
Rocky wearing the 1461 shoe in black. Photographer: Tim Easton.
 
 
What are you top three picks this season?
The Newton boot from the DM’s Lite range – this boot is the truth, it goes with everything and is a cool twist on the classic.
The Made in England 1460 boot in Oxblood leather – these will look awesome in the summer vibes plus they are supremely.
The Torriano shoe in Cherry Red Arcadia leather – my favourite type of leather and has so much character once you’ve put it through its paces. 
 
If you could have any super power, what would it be?
If I could have a super power I would have teleportation, because it’s quicker than flying and the career possibilities would be endless. 
 
And finally, what do you stand for?
There are too many universal truths to live by one. Plus you go through seasons in life and one mantra may not be relevant for you at each different stage. I try to always give love, trust in God and to remember that some things in life aren’t worth worrying about. 
 
Find out more about Rocky on his website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
 

We caught up with DJ and music producer Elle Dee to find out more about how she’s wearing the new #DMsLITE collection, and what she stands for.  
 

Elle Dee wearing the Newton boots in black from the #DMsLITE range.
Elle Dee wearing the Newton boots in black from the #DMsLITE range.
 
 
Can you walk us through your motivation behind what you created for our new DM’s Lite product?
I was thinking practical and city proof… That NY thing. 
 
What inspires or excites you?
The amazing friends I surround myself with everyday. And music, of course… 
 
How would you describe your style?
Minimal and sophisticated. 
 
Elle Dee wearing the Newton boots in black from the #DMsLITE range.
Elle Dee wearing the Newton boots in black from the #DMsLITE range.
 
 
And finally, what do you stand for?
For everything that’s real. And for the people that have the ability to keep it that way. 
 
Find out more about Elle Dee on her website, Instagram, Facebook and Soundcloud.