PUMA X STAMPD
Following the exclusive launch of the PUMA X STAMPD Clyde shoe last week, today both brands have globally released a full collaborative apparel collection to compliment the rich, perforated leather footwear.
The complete collection, designed by STAMPD Creative Director, Chris Stamp, challenges the boundaries of materials and takes cues from architectural elements and characteristics that make California unique. Continuing the evolution of contemporary luxury and performance innovation, the outcome is a collection of summer-ready pieces with functional elements, wetsuit inspired silhouettes and muted camo motifs. Inspired by the notion of ‘96 Hours’, each piece is designed with surfers and urban nomads in mind - essential gear that can be worn from morning to evening during a weekend getaway on the beach.
Stamp continues to play it cool using technical fabrics, minimal designs and muted tones throughout the apparel collection. Timeless pieces inspired by California surf culture sans the tropical floral prints. The PUMA x STAMPD Jackpack available in 2 camo print options is more than meets the eye. Stampd fuses a wind jacket and backpack to help protect you from the elements without taking it off. Other pieces in the collection include laid-back sweat pants, 2-in-1 shorts in monochrome colourways, tees in muted camo and an innovative parka with a water repellant shell.
For the ladies, a stand out piece is the lightweight PUMA x STAMPD Jumpsuit infusing the classic wetsuit with Stampd’s avant-street sophistication. With bonded cutlines, contrasting zippers, and dropped armholes for unique layering, this look is feminine with a touch of edge. Performance gets premium elevating a typical bra with a low cut racerback finish, thePUMA x STAMPD Bra Top gives the perfect contrast and support to match the jumpsuit. The cropped PUMA X STAMPD Hoody, a perfect cover after a surf session, is finished in a soft double knit fabric.
The PUMA x STAMPD SS17 Spring range is now available on STAMPD.com, PUMA.com and PUMA retailers across the GCC dropping March.