The Fall-Winter 2019 collection is finally here and lot of new sneakers popped up on the runway this time. From Virgil Abloh’s designs, to chunky shoes, and hyped limited edition collaborations, sneaker-heads got the chance to feast their eyes on these beautiful looking kicks. In the recent years, sneakers are now the footwear of choice for a large majority of designers who show up at Fashion Week.
Check out this amazing bunch of sneakers from the Fall-Winter 2019 season.
Virgil Abloh is a god when it comes to designing sneakers. He debuted a couple of his new sneakers in the fashion week including a hiking-inspired pair.
- Undercover x Nike
The Swoosh has been the main attraction of the Fashion Week for many years now. Collaborating with Jun Takahashi’s Undercover, Nike debuted several sneakers on runway. The standout reveal was the React Element 87. The Airmax 720 was another one to feature in the Fashion week.
- Han Kjøbenhavn x Puma
Copenhagen-based Han Kjøbenhavn and Puma took their collaboration to the next chapter. They debuted their new lightning yellow colored sneakers. The chunky platform midsole is surely going to make heads turn.
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Valentino is an Italian fashion label. However, even this luxury brand couldn’t stop themselves from designing sneakers. These New Balance lookalikes are proof the dad-shoe trend isn’t slowing down.
- Rick Owens x Veja
Ricky Owens tied up with Parisian sneaker brand Veja to create a 100 percent vegan performance runner. This premiered at the Paris Fashion Week keeping in mind the designer’s environmentally conscious approach to fashion.
- A Cold Wall x Nike
After their successful partnership to create the Zoom Vomero +5 and Air Force 1 Low, Nike and Samuel Ross tied up again to create a unique and aesthetic sneaker. The new space-age colourway shoe premiered at the Paris Fashion Week.
- Cottweiler x Reebok
Out of all the sneakers, Cottweiler and Reebok’s new collab project is quite strange. Don’t know if this half-sneaker, half-loafer will sell, but surely it has made a buzz on social media.
By Abhishek Aggarwal