“This season, PUMA by Hussein Chalayan explores the velocity of spot, kites, and sailing and how their industrial details and dynamics can transform traditional tailoring.”
For those of you who don’t know PUMA has recently collaborated with some of the most esteemed designers in the business Alexander McQueen amongst them and more directly related to this post—Hussein Chalayan who is responsible for the amazing multi-colored Sail Print Sport top I’m wearing as well as the epic Hakkoda Wedge- and I might add that I felt as if I were wearing shoes made out of marshmallows (no I’m not exaggerating). His urban collection for PUMA is something I can really identify with more in terms of my own personal preferences. Despite being a part of a sportswear company, I can name at least three occasions off the top of my head as to where I would wear both of these awesome things or this outfit as a whole. Wait, did I just admit to being an outfit repeater? …You bet.
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