Posts Tagged ‘puma’


Puma grip bag

By admin on January 21st, 2008


Whilst over the shoulder bags are great and
all, there’s just a gentlemanly elegance about a grip bag that a shoulder bag
will never match. That’s why I like this Puma
grip heritage bag
so much.

Whilst it’s not quite as gentlemanly as I’d
like – big logos give everything a slight tackiness – it’s still a well made
piece. The colour makes it easy to match with a number of outfits and it’s not
overpoweringly big, so it can be used either as an overnight bag or just
something to take to work.


Alexander McQueen for Puma

By Isabelle on May 10th, 2007


I’m not sure if I like these trainers or not. The lattice effect laces are really cool and the colours look really good together but the chunky sole makes it look like a trendy seven years ago DC skate shoe. There’s something anatomical the shoes that reminds me of bones and gumshields which I quite like and it’s that unplaceable, déja vu feeling that attracted me to them. If you’re not distracted by the chunkyness then you can get your hands on the for $276 (yikes!) from Adasa.


Puma Classic Butters

By Isabelle on May 3rd, 2007

These Puma hi-tops come in such a suave colour, you could get away with wearing them to a wedding or other such formal do. They are the essence of smooth, I can imagine the wearer having highly moisturised skin and the smoothest shave since big school. Be all trendy and wear them with shorts in a similar tone, with this colour you could get away with a flash of fluoro pink on your t-shirt or sunglasses. They’re $120 from Situation Normal who cherry pick the fanciest trainers, clothing and accessories

for you.

Footwear, Top Five

Top Five smart trainers

By ShinyMedia on April 24th, 2007


Smart trainers are a great staple, perfect for smartening up casualwear and making suits look less stuffy, so I’ve picked five that will easily take you from work to the weekend. Starting with the Onitsuka Tiger (pictured), the bright orange adds a flash of interest and will give a high tec look to a grey suit. The Adidas Samba is a classic, and this reworked version is stylishly unobtrusive. Two Converse shoes, the first is features an eye-pleasing combo of cream and stony beige, and the second is the classic all black Mono. Lastly, the Puma 5000m is more of a standout shoe but will look great with dark blue jeans or a brown suit or cords. See after the jump for full image and product links.

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Heroes and Celebrities, News

Puma’s French 77 launch party

By ShinyMedia on April 20th, 2007


Freddie Ljungberg, Leah Wood and Lemar all attended a party at Claridges for the launch of Puma’s French 77. French 77 is sports lifestyle collection inspired by tennis playboy Guillermo Vilas circa 1970s. Catwalk Queen was there to watch on as electric violinist/model Linzi Stoppard
opened the catwalk show to a bulging ballroom of trendies. Kim was obviously happy to see Ljungberg: "The range
was indeed quite retro featuring tennis gear that your mum could have
worn back in the day, only with a modern twist. The drinks may have run
dry a little early and an electric fan wouldn’t have gone astray but
did I mention Freddie Ljungberg?" See after the jump for a campaign image.

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Mihara Yasuhiro for Puma

By Isabelle on March 21st, 2007

Japanese designer Yasuhiro Mihara’s latest collaboration with Puma throws up some pretty interesting things. Psychedelic patterns, gold leather, studs and rivet details gives your everyday sneaks an out-of-the-ordinary touch. Mihara also has his own shop in Japan, called Sosu (prime number) selling men’s and women’s clothing and accessories. My favourites from the Puma collection are the reptilian MY-25, they’ve got a fetishy touch but are kind of geeky at the same time. Fetish-geek, now there’s a new look!

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