17/07/2015
Puma does pattern.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

If there is one positive about winter, it is that the season seems to be filled with awesome collaborations.

Keeping the positive collab vibes going is Puma, teaming up with fashion print specialists Swash London.

Coming together for the first time, Swash will inject some signature hand-drawn patterns and printed artworks into classic and re-invented Puma styles.

The collab will also boast a footwear line which captures the theme of ‘newfound life’.

All completed with cutting edge technology, these pieces will be available for between $80 and $220 and stocked at Stylerunner and Hype DC.

www.puma.com

 

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