The spring ’18 men’s shows have officially wrapped at Paris Fashion Week, and the final shoe verdict? Sneakers dominate once again. High-end labels embraced sporty sneaker silhouettes this season, showing their interpretations of chunky runners and sleek low-tops. We’re rounding out the most luxurious styles.
At Valentino, Pierpaolo Piccioli’s latest collection includes sock-fit sneakers with crafty finishes. Braided leather trims were added onto mixed-media uppers made of suede and breathable nylon. Chunky rubber soles finished the look.
At Dior Homme, Kris Van Assche debuted chunky running sneakers in color-blocked leathers. He also fused sneaker bottoms with dressier uppers, like a high-top sneaker with monk straps. Hermes showed a similar look with colorful runners that had a slight flatform sole.
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