Sports brand Puma has collaborated with British fashion house Alexander McQueen and Japanese designer Mihara Yasuhiro on a line of sneakers, apparel and accessories for men and women. Puma has been working with Alexander McQueen since 2006 and Yasuhiro since 2000.
The 10-design Alexander McQueen for Puma range uses football motifs and colours, while the 35-design Mihara Yasuhiro for Puma line explores the Japanese migration to Brazil following World War II through vivid prints and colours.
The lines, which retail from $45 for a tank top to $490 for a pair of boots, hit stores this week and will be available at Puma stores at B2-23 Ion Orchard and in Isetan at Wisma Atria, as well as at Limited Edt stores.
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