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The new collection from Lanvin includes this model in smooth calf leather (pink or black), featuring metal accents on the laces.
The luxury fashion brand will bring couture style to athletic footwear in the upcoming season.
Next season, French fashion house Lanvin will launch an entire collection of men’s sneakers and running shoes, offered in a variety of different colours and materials.
Seen in the Spring-Summer 2014 haute couture shows and during the last round of fashion weeks across the globe, athletic shoes – from lightweight running shoes to leather high-tops – are all the rage among fashionistas lately.
But ladies aren’t the only ones hip to the trend.
For male fashion “victims”, Lanvin Homme has presented an entire collection of couture sneakers, which will go on sale during the Fall-Winter season.
The athletic shoes in this new line come in high-end materials including smooth or textured calf leather, “lizard skin” rubber or “polished python”. Each sneaker features couture details such as laces with metal accents, side zippers and elastic flaps covering up the laces.
In terms of colours, the collection draws on a large palette ranging from neutral and sophisticated shades (black, taupe, brown) to flashier tones (turquoise, pink, mint green, zebra print, fuchsia, orange).
The Lanvin Running Show sneakers will go on sale in Lanvin stores and at the brand’s website from mid-September. — AFP Relaxnews
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