5 High-Fashion Sneakers Collections To Pump Up Your Kicks
- Bally Spring Summer 2019Bally Spring Summer 2019
- Bottega Veneta Spring 2019Bottega Veneta Spring 2019
- Jimmy Choo Spring Summer 2019 Women'sJimmy Choo Spring Summer 2019 Women's
- Ermenegildo Zegna 'My Cesare' CollectionErmenegildo Zegna 'My Cesare' Collection
- Jimmy Choo Spring Summer 2019 Men'sJimmy Choo Spring Summer 2019 Men's
Whether they’re trainers or platforms, sneakers are the laidback and athletic genre of footwear. We look at 5 spring summer 2019 collections that envision a more haute couture guise for the staple of skateboarders, athletes and now, street style pundits.
Bally Spring Summer 2019
The latest from Bally embraces the white canwas, with a splash of sky blue and hot pink and the edgy combo of black and silver. With a selection of regular low top designs and trainers, the collection walks through of the effortlessly cool fashion landscape in the early 2000’s.
Bottega Veneta Spring 2019
Making sporty the new romantic, Bottega Veneta’s sprightly trainers are for those who are charging for the outdoors and their fitness routine. When worn outside the gym, pair these sneakers with faded denim for the manic pixie street look that’s fun and bubbly.
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Jimmy Choo Spring Summer 2019 Women's
A variety of designs and textures, like denim, embezzled glitter fabric and linen make these platforms a runner eye-candy. Jimmy Choo creates a dreamy series of sportswear with spirited and chic women in mind.
Ermenegildo Zegna 'My Cesare' Collection
Ermenegildo Zegna unveils their first bespoke sneakers, ‘My Cesare’ which is a collaboration with XXX storytellers around the globe. XXX personalities such as Latin-American singer A. Chal and the American musician Topaz Jonas inspired the creation of the Pantone colours and the merged mesh and leather of ‘My Cesare’.
Jimmy Choo Spring Summer 2019 Men's
It’s all about futuristic, bold finesse and shades with the high tops aptly named Argyle and the quartz-like trainers called Diamond from Jimmy Choo menswear collection. The shoes reflect a metallic style that could come out from any sci-fi movie.