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Lou Williams Gets Philosophical About the Power of Sneaker Logos in New Instagram Post (Pic)

Nowhere is the psychological power of branding more evident than the sneaker industry. Brands like Nike and Jordan have people sleeping outside on the street ahead of major releases. Brands like Adidas and Under Armour make people shrug. Are all Nikes and Jordans aesthetically superior to Adidas and Under Armours? Absolutely not. But they are […]
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