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Takashi Murakami Reveals Custom-made Tennis Shoe Made of PORTER Bags

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Takashi Murakami Reveals Custom-made Tennis Shoe Made of PORTER Bags

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Brand Name: PORTER x Takashi Murakami

Design: TBC

Secret Includes: Premium combined product building using PORTER’s materials like smooth ripstop nylon weave, in addition to mesh and leather accents, mini bag compartments on the sides and ankle location, unique PORTER branding on the tongues, adjustable velcro straps on the mid-foot of the best shoe, Takashi Murakami’s flowers and “TM/KK” branding beautifying the midsole, outsole, and tongue of the best shoe.

Release Date: TBC

Cost: TBC

Purchase: TBC

Editor’s Notes: Following his customized ” I Love It” Halloween outfit, Takashi Murakami is back with another unique piece, this time exposing a distinct set of unbalanced tennis shoes made in combination with Japanese bag experts, PORTER.

The distinguished artist exposed information of the collab through Instagram, which instills both his signature creative aspects and PORTER’s materials. “In the last couple of years, I have actually considered the truth of the range in between tennis shoe culture and myself. I seemed like it was a video game that I would have the ability to play as soon as I comprehended the guidelines; therefore I started my tennis shoe journey, doing something about it and studying whatever I could,” he composed.

” With that in mind, I want to share a midway development report on the instructions that I have actually been dealing with given that spring. Here it is! Thanks to @yoshidakaban. authorities who has saved us in various methods, from picking products to aiding with the bag production procedure, the task has actually started to take shape.”

While the name of the shape has actually not been exposed yet, its total style does stimulate a Nike Flying force 1-inspired profile. In addition, Murakami keeps in mind that the development of the design was “managed by @wakamoon and Kaikai Kiki’s extremely own style group!” Stay tuned for more updates.

Likewise, Takashi Murakami’s brand-new solo program is taking control of Perrotin Shanghai.





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Renz Ofiaza is a Personnel Author at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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