Global Tribute Gallery Platform to Diversity in Girls, their Personal Style, Real Bodies, and Favorite Sneakers
SneakerLove.net @sneakerlove.insta was born out of admiration of girls today. How they are embracing their diversity and doing what they want on their social media channels. Not caring about what others or society thinks of them this is True Female Empowerment!
In 2023 females have completely claimed Sneakers as part of their freedom of expression. They are part of a personal style choice connected to clothing and body jewellery such as piercings and tattoos. Today Girls have not only claimed Sneakers as their own, they have also claimed the right to their own bodies and set themselves free. In 2023 Girls do what they want.
SneakerLove.net is celebrating this fact and is bringing girls together from all over the world to embrace their bodies and showcase their Unique Personal Style. At the same time it is a new exciting way of documenting which girl loves which kind of Sneakers/Sneakers Brands and why. Sneakerlove.net is aiming to feature girls from every country in the world. Having just launched, 2023 is the year we are looking forward to develop the SneakerLove Platform and add hundreds of galleries.
SneakerLove advocates: Free Speech, Diversity and Body Celebration and is against Censorship of any part of the Female Body, Body Shaming and digitally Faking Bodies in order to live up to a fake social media beauty ideal, instead we embrace Non Altered Real Bodies and Pure Female Empowerment. The idea of this aspect is to bring change to Social Media and the mindset of people since unrealistic fake body images are endangering the well being of Young People and people in general as we learned from the recent secret Facebook/Instagram internal documents leaks.
‘Wanna hear my voice, look at my feet!‘
How Sneakers became female’s number 1 fashion item:
‘Sneakers rose to significance during the explosive and expressive Hip-hop movement in New York City during the late 1970s. It was a movement that promoted creative self-expression and influenced everything in its way such as dancing, music, sport and even fashion. Within these predominantly male spaces, male performances and exhibitions of masculinity were fostered. Moreover, the sneaker emerged as an object with significant importance to the wearer. As well as enhancing movement and performance of the wearer, it was also used as a signifier for street style. Its rising popularity amongst African American and Latino American youth transformed its intended use, from an object primarily used for function, to one used solely for fashion.’ (excerpt from Lemara Lindsey Prince, ‘Wanna hear my voice, look at my feet!’ University of East Anglia 2013.)
In 2023 females have completely claimed Sneakers as part of their freedom of expression, they wear them with any outfit and any style from jeans to bikinis, as we will hear many girls express correspondingly with the above: ‘they add some raw edge to my femininity’ and the choices in Sneakers are rarely random. They are as mentioned part of a personal style choice connected to clothing and body jewellery such as piercings and tattoos. Today Girls have not only claimed Sneakers as their own, they have also claimed the right to their own bodies and set themselves free. In 2023 Girl’s do what they want.
SneakerLove advocates a sense of curiosity, creative freedom and integrity and it is completely up to the models how much skin they want to show and many females – just like SneakerLove – actively support the #freethenipple movement and anti-censorship movements and all outfits always take a starting point in their models’ own wardrobe and style and are therefore chosen together with the models.
All SneakerLove images only receive a basic retouch, everyone has a bad skin day, we do not alter anything which is permanent and if Girls have scars or natural bruises for example from skating, other sports or accidents etc. well then great. We do not fake female bodies – all bodies seen on SneakerLove are real. We encourage the display of real bodies everywhere.
SneakerLove.net supports all equality and equal rights efforts and movements such as # LGBTQIA+, #BLM as well as Digital Literacy and Digital Inclusion. We condemn racism, discrimination, inequality, oppression and sexual oppression. Everyone has the right to live, embrace and express their sexuality openly.
SneakerLove is an original content platform, we only publish exclusive and original content. All content is protected by International copyright laws. SneakerLove.net idea, concept, creative direction, design, webdesign and webprograming by Torben Raun @ www.supercreative.amsterdam
SneakerLove logo+name is a registered International trademark of Supercreative.Amsterdam
SneakerLove has been supported by the Danish Union of Journalists ‘Blankbaandsfonden’ for innovative contribution to news and information distribution.