Posts tagged with "90s inspired"

Reebok’s New Pump Supreme

Reebok just released their latest version of the Pump Supreme on September 1st. The first iteration of the shoe, the Reebok Pump was introduced in 1989 and draws inspiration from the 90’s while featuring a clean, modern edge. The Pump Supreme is a modern, sophisticated performance shoe that features a laceless upper and one of Reebok’s most iconic technologies, The Pump, which delivers a hyper-customized fit.

The striking silhouette has quickly gained attention in both performance and high-end fashion circles, with previous iterations from Vetements and Opening Ceremony. With its clean look and innovative style, this new iteration of Pump Supreme features a speckled midsole and Flexweave technology, which add to an already impressive design.

Check out the product highlights here:

  • STYLE: Drawing inspiration from 90’s, the Pump Supreme is a contemporary fusion of performance and lifestyle in one silhouette with an all-over technical knit upper that forms to the foot.
  • INNOVATION: The Pump technology design inflated for a custom fit, allowing the shoe to sit closer to the foot.
  • PERFORMANCE DRIVEN: The speckled midsoles, laceless upper and revolutionary Flexweave technology are combined to deliver a unique, customized fit that results in a shoe engineered to perform as you train for your next competition.

A full array of product images can be viewed HERE.

The Pump Supreme will retail at $130.00 and will be available on Reebok.com. Please reach out with questions and if you’d like to share with your readers.

Liv Streetwear

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Liv Streetwear [LS] is a 90s inspired clothing brand designed by Brooklyn based designer Olivia Anthony. Her clothing line takes in two identifiable factors – “Liv“ or “1990” is badged on all items. The collection for this season consists of vibrantly colored overalls, rugby shirts and amazing snap-away pants. LS is sure to be a bold fashion statement in the seasons to come. It’s already been worn by several notable artists such as SZA, Kehlani and Luke James. The line itself is pretty new on the block, but its rapidly gaining momentum. If you haven’t found your spring brand, look no farther.

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Jonathan Herrera

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Olivia Anthony

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