From Fenty to Dua Lipa to Vogue: 9 Puma Sneaker Collabs to Know and Shop
Discover and shop the latest Puma sneaker collaborations.
In August, Puma and Vogue dropped its first-ever collaborative collection—which included apparel, accessories, and sneakers—draws from Puma hallmarks. There are fresh new takes on Puma’s fan-favorite Leadcat and Force sneakers style, and throughout the collection, you’ll find pieces emblazoned with Puma and/or Vogue.
Puma and Dua Lipa have already released two drops from their line together, which includes 90s streetwear-inspired platform sneakers and a pair of perfect combat boots. In the collaborative collection, Puma’s classic Mayze silhouette is reimagined in black suede and leather.
Fenty and Puma first collaborated in 2014, releasing their initial iteration of the now bestselling Fenty creeper. The style won Shoe of the Year in 2016 and has been reinvented into countless colorways since. Rihanna’s creative director role at Puma has expanded to include haircare, skincare, and apparel, but the creeper holds its place as the most sought-after style in the Fenty collection.
In 2020, supermodel Liu Wen collaborated with Puma to release a capsule collection of apparel and shoes. The line included the Liu Wen x Wmns RS-2K and Thunder sneakers in neutral palettes White Drizzle and Thunder.
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Alexandre Mattiussi, the designer behind Paris-based brand Ami, teamed up with Puma to create a collection of elevated sportswear. The line includes a few of Puma’s most classic footwear silhouettes in various colors. The Mayu, a rounded platform sneaker, was reimagined in a deconstructed, floral, and classic black and white version.
In an ongoing partnership, Liberty and Puma have released three installments of their collaborations, which have included Liberty’s timeless floral prints. The latest release is a nod to Puma’s football heritage and Liberty’s history in fashion and art in a collection that celebrates women’s involvement in sport.
The Brooklyn-based artist collaborative started by Colm Dillane, KidSuper teamed up with Puma to create a playful and imaginative collection of apparel and footwear. Dillane, an ex-professional football player, is also a multi-faceted artist with an affinity for vibrant prints and clever design. His collection with the brand reflects just that.
A streetwear brand known for its designs that cater to a lifestyle grounded in music, art, skateboarding, and other countercultures, Butter Goods recently released a second season of its partnership with Puma. Featuring two classic lifestyle shoes, the Slipstream and Basket, the line features retro styles with a modern twist.
In a collaboration titled “A Hopeful Future,” social merchandising company The Hundreds and Puma teamed up to create a thoughtful collection designed to inspire through bright colors and constructed entirely from sustainable materials, including recycled polyester and chrome-free suede.
After making its foray into fashion with its 1998 partnership with Jil Sander, Puma released its own lifestyle shoe: the Speedcat. The classic suede style celebrates the brand’s involvement in racing and motorsports and has continued to remain a bestseller in the brand’s classic collection.
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