PUMA Drops Second Collaboration With Graphic Artist, Shantell Martin

A few months ago, PUMA launched its debut collection from their collaboration with renowned artist, Shantell Martin. The team have once again joined forces for the extension of the PUMA x Shantell Martin range.

Martin has created a language of lines with her whimsical approach to art and graphic design. Her thought-provoking and memorable world of characters and messages bridges the gap between fine art, performance art, and everyday life, which is what drew the collaboration with PUMA’s lifestyle range. While her debut range, which featured classics such as the Suede and Clyde were monotone, the latest collaboration is much more of a colour exploration along with her signature illustrations. The ‘90s, rave-inspired feel is extended to additional silhouettes in the form of the Basket, Leadcat, Platform and Muse sneakers. The collection features premium materials, pops of colour, and intricate detailing to create a unique, bold, and beautiful lineup. The sneakers also feature some of Martin’s catchphrases, including “Find Your Way”, “One, Two, Free” and “Are You You.”

PUMA Drops Second Collaboration With Graphic Artist, Shantell Martin

Muse Maia Graphic SM – R2,699

The Muse Maia is PUMA’s newest mid-top sneakers for girls who hustle and are their own muse. Shantell Martin splashed vibrant colours and her playful hand-drawn graphics on its neoprene and breathable upper, and also includes her signature face logo stamped on the tongue.

Platform Trace Strap SM – R2,299

The elevated court silhouette with a soft leather upper and larger double velcro straps. The playful logo graphics are scattered all over the upper and sole, and has colour-blocked suede overlays.

Basket Graphic SM – R2,499

This is PUMA’s Classic court silhouette. The sneaker features a premium soft leather upper with all-over printed graphics, and has an asymmetric suede colour blocked overlays.

The latest PUMA collaboration, the PUMA x Shantell Martin, is set to drop on 21 July 2018, and will be available at PUMA SELECT, Madaiza, Superbalist, X-Trend, selected Archive stores and various retailers nationwide.

For more images from the range, including the associated apparel, check it out on Instagram.

PUMA Drops Second Collaboration With Graphic Artist, Shantell Martin


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