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Adidas Gets AKTIV for NY Marathon

The German company will donate 100 percent of proceeds from its AKTIV line to cancer research.

Nike Drums Up Support for LeBron's Return

As James makes his way back to Cleveland, the athletic brand launches "Together" to show a spirit of unity.

Gwyneth Paltrow Promotes British Airways in Jimmy Choo

The actress is perched atop the most expensive hotel in the world.

Reef's Big Swell

In January, the brand will launch a new collection: Reef Swellular Technology.

Kurt Geiger, Ed Burstell, Liberty London, Manolo Blahnik, Stuart Weitzman, Nicholas Kirkwood, Paul Andrew, Charlotte Olympia

Kurt Geiger Partners Sound Off

Designers and execs weigh in on the company.

Mohr and K1X Debut Newest Collaboration

The brands aim for avant-garde and street style blend on one sneaker.

Barbour and Adidas Team up on a Men’s Collection

The English brand has partnered with Adidas Originals on men’s footwear and sportswear.

Nike Pushes Women's Business

The company launched its spring '15 line by inviting 27 of the world's top female athletes to give it a test drive.

Ronaldo Shares New Superflys

The Real Madrid soccer star took to Instagram to show off his latest pair of Nike cleats.

Skechers Signs Ringo Starr

The Beatles' drummer is set to star in the brand's relaxed-fit footwear campaign.

Prince George of Cambridge, Frozen, Bonpoint, Kids Foot Locker, Skechers, Livie & Luca, I Heart Ugg, Vans, Peanuts, Star Wars, Zuzii, Toe Jamm, Joyfolie

Best of Kids

From royal baby fever to "Frozen," the children's market is especially buzzy this year.

Tom Brady, Ugg Australia, Under Armour, Lindsey Vonn, Misty Copeland, Gisele Bündchen

Brands Appeal to Emotions in Ad Campaigns

Ugg and Under Armour have unveiled heartfelt campaigns.

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