German sportswear mainstay PUMA recently enlisted the help of Danish luxe streetwear imprint Han Kjøbenhavn for a co-branded FW17 range of footwear and apparel.
According to PUMA, the dual pillars of inspiration for the collection are local sports and suburban architecture. These two references meld with canny material mixes of rayon, jersey and twill. On the footwear side of things, we see collaborative editions of the iconic Clyde, as well as the relatively new Tsugi Kori, a recent addition to PUMA’s substantial sneaker catalog. Accessories like beanies and a backpack rounded out the offerings.
To celebrate the occasion, the two brands joined together in Copenhagen for a pop-up party. Check out our gallery above for an exclusive look inside, as well as a small dose of street style from outside the event.
The collection is available starting today, October 6, from select retailers like Sneakersnstuff.
- Photography: Meha Karimi / Highsnobiety.com