August 27, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 2
There isn’t really anyone out there who can match Jeremy Scott’s mix of outrageous appeal and name recognition, but Puma has indeed found their own fashion forward collaborator. And we’re not talking about the brand’s creative director Hussein Chalayan, but rather, Japanese fashion designer Mihara Yasuhiro, whose Puma MY-56 can be seen to borrow a silo from the classic Clyde lowtop. But that’s where the familiarity ends, this pair’s unique bubble insets unlike pretty much anything that’s currently on the market. Click through to see more angles and stick with Sneaker News for word on the US release date. via zozo.