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04/09/2017
The top of your wish list.

Words by

Bailey Jones

A new variation of Puma's Basket Platform has been dropped and it involves pink satin.

As we all know, millennial pink has made a triumphant return to the fashion industry. But if you’re yet to make a financial commitment to the trend, then this might be the perfect place to start.

Unlike PUMA’s Suede Basket Sneaker, the shoe’s entire upper is covered in a silky pink fabric and has waxed laces. The result is one lustrous looking sneaker. 

The platform shoe still includes all of your favourite features: the signature branding and gold emblem detailing. However, it’s now lined with synthetic leather, so all your bovine friends will give you a big thumbs up for choosing this particular shoe.

Pick up a pair from select international retailers including Six:02.

puma.com.au

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