Puma and contemporary Chinese label, SANKUANZ have joined forces, serving us a unique utilitarian-inspired Spring/Summer ’19 collection.
Under the creative direction of LVMH Prize Semi-Finalist Shangguan Zhe – famous for pairing contemporary art with vintage sportswear pieces to create unique spins of sleek uniforms, the Puma x SANKUANZ range features an eclectic mix of hues, unconventional patterns and bold typefaces. With a bold and neutral collection which features footwear and apparel, including reimagined versions of the Cali, Cell Endura, RS-X and Thunder silhouettes – all dressed in the collections neutral tones, neon accents and over-exaggerated soles.
The apparel side of the collection blends functionality and style with a modern flair, featuring football jacquards with techno-inspired fonts, track tops with double knit fabrics, unisex hoodies with the brand’s reflective print embroidery and pants with an oval graphic patch. Crewneck sweatshirts, t-shirts and chunky trimmed accessories round out the rest the of the collection.
Dropping January 26th, you’ll be able to shop the full collection on Puma.Com. See sneakers from the collection in the images below: