Elevating street to fashion, Ronnie Fieg designs a brand new upper for the iconic Dr. Martens brand. The Eldridge integrates unique patterned duck canvas, perforated nubuck, and soft leather lining with Dr. Marten’s traditional Goodyear welted Celia soles. Available in two styles, Fieg presents an original Navy Paisley printed version where no two prints are alike and a light tan colorway with distressed camo. The Eldridge’s dynamism offers sophisticated wearability for the upcoming season. These shoes will release on Saturday, September 21st, 2013 at 11am EST at both Kith NYC shops and online at RonnieFieg.com for $165 USD each. See a closer look here.

The Harlem Spike is the latest bold style by Dr. Martens. The lace-up shoe comes in two color options and includes a full leather upper reinforced with metal eyelets and a 30mm rubber heal with Goodyear-welted construction. The shoe’s staple feature are the varnished spiked studs that come imprinted all-over from front to back. Check out these new Dr. Martens styles at Kith NYC stores and RonnieFieg.com for $250 USD.

Easily one of my favorite projects of this year, the Ronnie Fieg x Dr. Martens capsule collection for Fall/Winter 2012 has finally arrived. Part 1 of the collection will feature a Rivington brogue ($175 USD) in a nubuck silhouette with camo suede mix in Navy/Camo, and a slim fitting Bowery boot in all over Camo suede. The shoe can easily fit into any wardrobe this season as a great menswear footwear addition to your lineup. Both styles include brogue-detailing and insoles that are comfortably air-cushioned, while beneath you’ll find Goodyear-welted soles for slip-resistance. The PVC Goodyear welt build uses a strip of PVC that carries the distinctive yellow thread stitched by a machinist onto the upper.

The first release of the Ronnie Fieg x Dr. Martens Fall/Winter 2012 capsule collection will launch November 2nd, 2012 with the Rivington Brogue in Navy/Camo and the Bowery Boot in all over Camo. Both will be available at Kith NYC and RonnieFieg.com starting at 11am EST.

The popular seven-eyelet boot from Dr. Martens has been reworked with classic Pendleton fabric for Fall 2012. With full colorful Pendleton makeups, the style also includes exclusive AirWairâ„¢ comfort, leather lining and smooth leather finishes. The rugged boot comes in both black or burgundy with upper to sole sewn construction for long lasting use. Purchase both boots at Kith NYC stores and KithNYC.com for $186 USD.

Dr. Martens and A. Sauvage have collaborated on a handful of Steed 3-eye models. The silhouette features a tapered shaped leather upper and white wedge airwalk soles that are sewn together and heat-sealed, not merely glued like many footwear constructions. Two styles are built with a smooth finish while the third comes in a standout gloss coating. This limited edition high end collaboration is available now at Kith Manhattan and KithNYC.com for $410 – $440 USD.

The Spring 2012 Dr. Martens collection focuses in on the raw British subculture responsible for popularizing the brand. With over fifty years of re-inventing the brand, Dr. Martens returns with a blend of contemporary innovation underscored by classic styles. Check out these new styles from the brand’s Windsor, Creeper and Print collections. Grab the drops starting today at Kith NYC stores and online at KithNYC.com.

Dr. Martens is a brand I’ve enjoyed seeing expand over the past few years as they always have a little something for everybody. From their new Spring 2012 collection they present the Alfred, made up of a classic Brogue shoe design. The quality low-top shoe features a mix of leather and waterproofed chera waxed canvas on the upper, sitting comfortably on a standout white sole. Available at Kith along with more of the collection, you can grab the Alfred Navy Brogue for $140 USD online or in store at Kith BK or Kith Manhattan. Stay tuned for more Dr. Martens releases…

I really like what Dr. Martens is doing here. It’s important for us to relate to the brand and feel like we are a part of what they do. Nicely done.