Music, fashion and pop culture ruled the streets of New York in the 80’s. The growing graffiti scene and hip-hop music influence took street culture by storm, introducing the world to an explosion of fashion styles. The decade saw B-boys redefining fashion, stunted in funky, sport-inspired outfits as they rocked the Suede. They ruled the streets #ForAllTime.
In continuation of the Suede’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Global sports brand PUMA is paying homage to this timeless era with the launch of Street Culture Hollows.
Inspired by New York’s world-famous street art, the collection comes to life in vivid colors, featuring Formstrip decked out in graffiti. The logo pops against the tonal uppers and the timeless white midsole completes the look. These kicks for men and kids are available in three colorways - Biscay Green, Knockout Pink- Hawaiian Ocean.
The Suede 50 Street Culture Hollow pack is now available in PUMA stores in the GCC.
Source: Sticky Ginger