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Up Your Sneaker Game With This Season’s Freshest Kicks

Here’s our selection of the hottest kicks to update your wardrobe this season.

With the emergence of ‘normcore’, a unisex fashion trend characterized by unpretentious, average-looking clothing championed by Stella McCartney and Céline, and everyone’s favourite sports luxe trend becoming a regular on the catwalks including at Alexander Wang and Balenciaga, the trainer has become the go-to shoe of choice for the fashion savvy.

Design houses like Chanel – iconic for dressing the most elite in their bouclé two piece suits and beaded pearls – have changed tactics and headed down the sports luxe route, designing their own pair of trainers, now iconic in their own right, highlighting the rise of the trainer as a key player in the everyday wardrobe.

Here’s our selection of the top three hottest kicks to update your wardrobe this season!

Puma x Fenty

PUMA x Fenty Creeper by Rihanna


Inspired by NYC’s punk-rock style, the PUMA X Fenty Creeper by Rihanna, her debut design as PUMA Women’s Creative Director, takes the symbolic PUMA Suede shoe in dreamy colourways like ‘oatmeal’ and ‘cloud pink’, and adds a rebellious edge with a platform ‘creeper’ sole. Though currently a complete sell out (er, obviously. Just look at them!), word on the street is that the Rihanna creepers will be re-released and available to buy real soon. Stay tuned.


Nike Cortez

Nike Cortez


Hailed as their first masterpiece, the Cortez, designed in 1972,  was Nike‘s first track shoe and it’s now having a major comeback. With its definitive silhouette and iconic heritage, alongside classic materials and vibrant colours, Nike’s Cortez has become the trainer to be seen in this season. Bag yourself a pair and channel the Cortez’s retro vibes to earn your sneaker style points.



Common Projects Achilles

Common Projects Achilles Low


Anyone who is anyone worth knowing on the fashion scene has a pair of the Common Projects Achilles sneaks. The shoe prides itself on its pared-down branding, allowing its sleek design and minimal silhouette to take centre stage. Rep the normcore style by pairing your Common Projects Achilles Low trainers with some baggy jeans and a sweater.

Header image via Instagram (@bubblyaquarius)
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