Our eyes are on Onitsuka Tiger‘s new release — the renowned sneaker company has recently recreated its iconic MEXICO 66 and LAWNSHIP 2.0 models with sakiori accents, a weaving technique from the traditional Edo period in Japan.
The Sakiori collection uses old pieces of cloth torn into thin strips, which are then intricately woven into a unique design onto the sneaker.
Left: MEXICO 66 Sakiori (S$199); Middle: LAWNSHIP 2.0 Sakiori (S$199)
The uppers of the classic sneakers are decorated with sakiori materials, which create a traditional yet modern feel — allowing you to pull off a classy look with a touch of old-world charm.
The highly anticipated sneakers are now available in Onitsuka Tiger stores in Singapore (Suntec City and Vivocity), so hurry on down today to take a look at these beauties and purchase a pair or two.
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