I am guilty of showing you too much mens stuff. That’s why this time let me focus on a pair of sneakers for girls part of a collaboration project that may have slipped off your radar but it deserves your attention. You all know that Foot Locker spends a lot of time and resources to offer you a selection of sneakers and apparel that lets you shine according to the current trends.
At its beginnings it was a basketball sneakers store but it shaped with time giving you the sharpest options to get fresh and comfortable, expanding its proposal to skateboarding and lifestyle sneakers. That’s our focus of the day: a pair of classic kicks that just like Footlocker evolved with times.
At the beginning it was Puma Clyde, b-boys favorite sneakers that later on skaters adopted in the early 90s when the Californian skate scene revolved around what happened at the Embarcadero in San Francisco.
Then later on it became Puma Suede for copyright reasons but the revenge of the girls came with Rihanna seating in the chair of women’s division creative director.
This made possible a whole world of change, with sneakers progressing in the right direction. This includes the Platform that borrows a smart idea from punk and rockabillies shoes of the late 70s: creepers.
In a mood that is closer to a Japanese street fashion fan rather than to a punk, here comes the Platform Kiss redesigned by sneakerhead creative Dutch girl Careaux. With its flavorful gold accents, this colorway exclusive to Footlocker is irresistible for a girl that is not afraid to stand out.
Check how the flowers are printed accurately with the final result of a style strong like no other, yet very delicate and feminine, just like Alessia M in these pictures.
Don’t wait any longer and ask for it to your local Foot Locker. Not available there? No big deal! Cop it online, you know where Foot Locker website is, right?!
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Thanks to ProBeat Agency