Okay okay, I think by now we have all realised that fashion does repeat itself, but this time it’s doing it in a pretty spontaneous way. The spring/summer launch of PUMA embraces it’s most known for silhouette, the Oslo.
A remarkable style that can be dated back to the 1950s the Oslo was given its name in relation to the 1952 Oslo winter games and was athletes must have before and after their events. PUMA’s new look is more associated with the 80’s taking on a version that’s overly comfortable with its low cut design and striking colours.
These sneakers can be styled in such adventurous ways, take the navy blue suede overlays for instance and pair that with a white shirt with black rolled up jeans and double breasted pea coat and a neon beanie. This sneaker just captures the spring look in a single outfit.
The soft leather upper with a teal green suede overlays the Oslo’s retro style brings nostalgic memories of the cool funkie 80’s which seems to be a S/S plastered all over the cat walk.
Words by Yvonne Jay