Today we feature a beige shoe covered in white paint. Why is this awesome? Well, because the words Martin Margiela precede the ever so clean dirty shoes.
The low top German army-inspired Martin Margiela Paint Sneaker is leather, made in Italy and, oh yeah, will cost you around $435 to bless your feet with them.
For the serious shoe addicts, check out more pictures of the paint-covered kicks above.
Implications - Products that stick to conventional production methods are no longer sought after by consumers. Creating an item through an experimental way will attract modern-day shoppers who seek the most cutting-edge styles. Companies could incorporate more unconventional aesthetics into their products to garner more attention.
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