Maison Margiela Introduces Its Deconstructed Fushion Sneakers

 - Jun 8, 2018
References: bergdorfgoodman & highsnobiety
Fashion house Maison Margiela recently released its Fushion Sneakers as a part of its Fall/Winter 2018 collection. It boasts a unique visual, resembling something straight from the set of a sci-fi movie with its glue-covered construction. The design is not as distressed as its previous deconstructed looks, but it remains in the same territory. The toe cap is rounded off and it gives off the visual that it is being held together by duct tape to the heel. Additionally, the soles looks like it has been dipped and set into plaster.

The uppers are constructed from both knitting and leather materials and rest on top of a rubber outsole. Additional details include a lace-up frontal, padded collar, and white stitching signature label on the back. The new Fushion sneakers are now available for purchase for the price of $1645 USD at retailers including Bergdorf Goodman.