Rihanna’s Puma Creepers will be available once again — and in the original colorways.
On Thursday, fans can get their hands on the sneakers worn by Gigi Hadid and Cara Delevingne in black-and-white, beige and all-black with a gum sole color options.
The Creepers debuted in September 2015 for presale on Puma.com in the three original colors. That selection sold out in three hours. The shoes officially went on sale two weeks later and sold out again. Since then, Puma and Rihanna have launched multiple releases, including new Creeper styles and colors, but the brand has never restocked its first launch.
Puma and Rihanna have come a long way since the initial release one year ago.
Rihanna recently launched her fall ’16 Puma line with Bergdorf Goodman, and it includes pointed heel laceups and wedge combat boots. The “Needed Me” singer is also debuting her spring ’17 collection today during Paris Fashion Week.
Other Creeper colorways have included camo print, the White Glo, Black Satin and the Green-Bordeaux.
The Creeper style, created by Rihanna with input from menswear brand Mr. Completely, takes inspiration from London and New York’s ’80s punk bands. It’s an update on the classic Puma Suede style, which was originally embraced by athletes in the ’70s and then by punk bands and skaters in the ’80s.
To purchase the original colorways, head to Puma.com on Thursday.