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Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma MY-59

November 27th, 2012 by | 1 comment

mihara yasuhiro puma my59 1 Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma MY 59

Mihara Yasuhiro is in the habit of giving a new model name to each Puma silhouette on which he collaborates (RS 100 a natural exception), a reflection of the kind of radical revisions in the MY capsule.  The latest offers a paradox in that they’re in line with the German cat’s own in-house styles and avoid radical mediation in favor of a reshaped sole kit, but the MIHARAYASUHIRO x Puma MY-59 based on the iconic Disc Blaze does indeed prove that with more designers behind it, this mid ’90s time capsule piece has plenty of life left.  Let us know after you’ve seen more below how they compare to the LTWT update and Ronnie Fieg’s just released collabo, and look for your MY-59s at select Puma retailers worldwide.

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Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma RS 100 One-Piece Reflective

August 26th, 2012 by | No comments

puma mihara yasuhiro rs100 reflective Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma RS 100 One Piece Reflective

Puma capitalized on the popularity of the Crocs brand with its Injex injected foam take on the RS100 (coincidentally around the early days of the current Foamposite craze), and now a collaborator known for his wildly unique takes on German Cat classics has created a subtler variation of his own.  The Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma RS 100 One-Piece Reflective gives you an idea of what to expect from its name, but even MY’s signature rivets have been sublimated into this seamless low-profile silhouette.  The orange joints are otherwise straightforward but the white edition takes things a step further with molded ‘laces’ and an entirely slip-on construction.  Let us know which you prefer after examining both in more photos below, and stick with Sneaker News for updates on this spring 2013 release.  via FRESHNESS

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Puma MY-61

August 15th, 2012 by | 3 comments

puma my 61 snake Puma MY 61

The Puma team keeps a couples guys around that aren’t afraid to play with traditional sneaker shapes, with collaborators like Hussein Chalayan taking a geometric approach to remixing the German born brand’s silhouettes. This time around it’s Mihara Yasuhiro bending the rules, taking the midsole wrap on his Puma MY-61 high and low silhouettes and cranking it upwards rather than letting the bumper seamlessly run the perimeter. And if that wasn’t crazy enough for you they went ahead and threw a sinister skate print on them as well, the result being more of the more unique Puma capsules we’ve seen in some time. Click through to view both and let us know in the comments below what you think of the Puma MY-61.

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February 26th, 2012 by | 3 comments

miharayasuhiro puma tennis lo 3 570x379 MIHARAYASUHIRO x Puma Tennis Lo

Mihara Yasuhiro’s first collaborations with Puma a few years back might have been one of the most overlooked lifestyle designs of the ’00s, a series of classically styled canvas sneakers whose soles featured all the waviness you’d expect if they were melting off your feet.  These new designs are also quite unique in their own right, but you still can easily identify the MY design influence thanks to those unmistakable lateral rivets.  The Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma Tennis Lo brings together four pairs whose uppers have been split into front and rear sections, the result of which is some interesting contrasts.  They range from tonal greys to one that puts a Union Jack on its toe, and you can see all four of them when you click below.  Puma’s collaborative efforts in recent months have been the brand’s most high profile releases; where do these Black Label designs stand in comparison to UNDFTD’s prolific efforts?  via HB

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Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma MY-56

August 27th, 2011 by | 2 comments

puma mihara yasuhiro zozo 12 Mihara Yasuhiro x Puma MY 56

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.

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