Happy Ugly Feet | The New Yorker
The Birkenstock company traces its roots to 1774. Church records in Langen-Bergheim, a town outside Frankfurt, indicate that one Johann Adam Birkenstock was registered there as a shoemaker. In the...
Birkenstocks Are on the Move - The New York Times
New Yorkers are sure putting the “stock” in Birkenstock. Long beloved by the granola-munching Bay Area set, the practical German sandal brand has enjoyed a steadily building surge in popularity on...
The Semiotics of “Rose Gold” | The New Yorker
Birkenstock makes a rose-gold version of its classic Arizona sandal. You can get rose-gold-tinted sunglasses from Michael Kors, rose-gold-colored lip gloss from Wet n Wild, and, if you carefully.
The Birkenstock Doctor - The New York Times
For years, orders had come from Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire and Florida, but suddenly, return labels increasingly sported ZIP codes in New York and California. Women sent in pairs they’d worn.
Katie Holmes owns black Birkenstock Arizona sandals
The actor owns a pair of black Birkenstock Arizona sandals. With adjustable double straps, a relaxed wide-fit and the supportive, contoured sole Birkenstock is known for, they're a staple among fashion editors and celebrities for day-to-day style and comfort. Plus, they last and last, so are worth the investment.
Katie Holmes Is Bringing Back the Birkenstock | Vogue
A pair of leather Birkenstock sandals. With its all-black colorway and sleek silver buckles, the limited-edition style was a step up from your classic Birk—a fashion Birk, if you will. Sure, it.
The secret of Birkenstock's enduring success - CNN Style
The earliest records of the family shoe business date back to Johann Adam Birkenstock, who worked as a cobbler in Langen-Bergheim, Germany in 1774. By 1896 his grandson, Frankfurt-based shoemaker...