Philippe Starck is set to add two vivid ranges of shoe designs to his collection for sportswear brand Puma. Next spring sees the launch of the Starck-Puma sandal, made from an injection-moulded, lightweight shell and a compression-moulded midsole. Its herringbone outsole has been designed to function on wet surfaces. Starck is also launching a collection of multi-coloured women’s low-cut shoes featuring a motif of the town of Jovy. The French town’s emblem was chosen because of its jewellery engraving heritage. Prices range from £170-£210.
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