The collaborations of 2021 continue to keep us from “STUCCO” and here is // Maison Margiela x Reebok // leave us speechless for the umpteenth time!
The “split toe” model with tabi cut that separates the big toe from the other toes was not enough. Inspired by the “memory” of gladiator sandals, Margiela decided to remove a part of the shoe structure typical “reebok”. The toes are split again, with Margiela’s signature white stitching decorating the back of the heel.
John Galliano uses the “Decortique” technique, defining this process as the process of removing unnecessary access, revealing the most intimate processes that define it.
John Galliano, “decortiqué” products are deconstructed down to their main structure and aim to show the structure of a design. The pieces that remain are all finished in fine leather and the Maison Margiela signature Tabi toe divides the forefoot. Large Maison Margiela labels on the tongue complete the look.
They are available in shades of white, black or red, but for those who want something special there is an alternative, the “Bianchet” treatment has been hand painted in white so that it is chipped when worn, with the contrast of the shoe in black leather.
La Maison Margiela x Reebok Classic Leather Tabi High
I guess all of you after all are wondering how much you will have to spend, yes the price starts from 595 $ for the shoes in shades (white, black, red) while for those who want to exaggerate the “Bianchet” sneakers costs 650 $. The shoes will be available on June 18 on the Maison Margiela web store and on the Reebok online store and on retailers such as HBX.
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