After yesterday's overview of some of our favorite brands at this season's WHITE Milano trade show, now we turn our attention to the feet of some of those in attendance. Coinciding with Milan Fashion Week, WHITE Milano is a great place to get an indication of what's happening at the forefront of the sneaker market – as the reality is not always what you might expect.

Here's some of our favorite spots from WHITE Milano this season. With a heavy emphasis on the classics, choices ranged from the OG Nike Cortez, New Balance 990 Made in USA and Air Max 95, to more futuristic styles, including adidas's ever-popular Raf Simons collaboration and the Y-3 Qasa Triple Black. Several of the shoes spotted only released in the last month or two, including the adidas Ultra Boost Collective Pack and the recently released Nike Air Rift. Overall the offering was wide and on trend – and it's pretty clear the fashion world's love of sneakers isn't slowing down any time soon.

Check out our 15 favorite brands at WHITE Milano now here.

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