THE MAN REPELLER X SUPERGA

THE MAN REPELLER X SUPERGA

That’s really great news! As a casual wear fan, I am natuarally happy to share the new collaboration of Superga with Leandra Medine , the inventive author behind the successful blog  » The Man Repeller« . A fashion journalist, who has so much to say and share on the fashion world, imagined a collection inspired by her favorite fashion pieces.

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After the velvet inspired collection on he first collaboration with the italian brand, this collections is inspired by satin of dancing ballerinas ( with a longer lace to reproduce the effect) and of tweed of Chanel’s classics. She also dares a Superga mule. Very feminine. There are colors and I’m a fan of the simplicity and at the same time originality that this collection brings out. I have two favorites : the powdered pink in atin and the tweed inspired pair in metalic blue.

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The price climbs, as it’s a limited collection. When a classic Superga costs about 60 dollars ( about 50€ in France), these rank between 110 and 140 dollars ( 80 to 100 euros). A little expensive to me, but I don’t count when I love.

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This collection is not yet available in France, and I’m wondering if it will ever be. You can still see and get them via the US site of the italian tennis label here

Get tempted… xo

Photos  : © Superga-USA

That’s really great news! As a casual wear fan, I am natuarally happy to share the new collaboration of Superga with Leandra Medine , the inventive author behind the successful blog  » The Man Repeller« . A fashion journalist, who has so much to say and share on the fashion world, imagined a collection inspired by her favorite fashion pieces.

05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_06

After the velvet inspired collection on he first collaboration with the italian brand, this collections is inspired by satin of dancing ballerinas ( with a longer lace to reproduce the effect) and of tweed of Chanel’s classics. She also dares a Superga mule. Very feminine. There are colors and I’m a fan of the simplicity and at the same time originality that this collection brings out. I have two favorites : the powdered pink in atin and the tweed inspired pair in metalic blue.

05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_0505.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_04

The price climbs, as it’s a limited collection. When a classic Superga costs about 60 dollars ( about 50€ in France), these rank between 110 and 140 dollars ( 80 to 100 euros). A little expensive to me, but I don’t count when I love.

05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_0305.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_02

This collection is not yet available in France, and I’m wondering if it will ever be. You can still see and get them via the US site of the italian tennis label here

Get tempted… xo

Photos  : © Superga-USA

That’s really great news! As a casual wear fan, I am natuarally happy to share the new collaboration of Superga with Leandra Medine , the inventive author behind the successful blog  » The Man Repeller« . A fashion journalist, who has so much to say and share on the fashion world, imagined a collection inspired by her favorite fashion pieces.

05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_06

After the velvet inspired collection on he first collaboration with the italian brand, this collections is inspired by satin of dancing ballerinas ( with a longer lace to reproduce the effect) and of tweed of Chanel’s classics. She also dares a Superga mule. Very feminine. There are colors and I’m a fan of the simplicity and at the same time originality that this collection brings out. I have two favorites : the powdered pink in atin and the tweed inspired pair in metalic blue.

05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_0505.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_04

The price climbs, as it’s a limited collection. When a classic Superga costs about 60 dollars ( about 50€ in France), these rank between 110 and 140 dollars ( 80 to 100 euros). A little expensive to me, but I don’t count when I love.

05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_0305.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_02

This collection is not yet available in France, and I’m wondering if it will ever be. You can still see and get them via the US site of the italian tennis label here

Get tempted… xo

Photos  : © Superga-USA

Ca c’est une sacrée bonne nouvelle ! En tant que fan du casual wear, c’est tout naturellement que je partage la nouvelle collaboration de Superga avec Leandra Medine, l’auteure dérrière le blog à succès «  The Man Repeller« . Journaliste mode qui en a énormément à dire et partager  sur le monde à part qu’est la mode , elle imagine une collection capsule, s’inspirant des matières qu’elle préfère.

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Après l’effet velours pour la précédente collab’, cette collection capsule s’inspire du satin de ballerines de danse (avec un lacet plus long pour reproduire l’effet) , du tweed des classiques de Chanel . Elle ose aussi la Superga version mule aussi ! Très féminin.  Il y a de la couleur et je suis fan de la simplicité et de l’originalité qui se dégage de cette collection que j’ai très envie  d’acquérir .  Ma préférence va pour deux paires : la rose poudré en satin et celles avec l’effet tweed bleues métallisées.

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Question prix, le prix grimpe, collection capsule oblige. Quand une Superga classique coûte une soixantaine de dollars  ( dans les 50€ en France) ,  celles-ci oscillent entre 110 et 140 dollars soit entre 80 et 100 et quelques euros. Un peu chère pour moi, mais bon quand on aime on ne compte pas! 05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_03 05.14.14_Superga_MR_Slides_02

Cette collection n’est pas encore disponible en France et je me demande si elle le sera un jour. Mais vous pouvez la voir et l’acheter via le site US de la marque italienne de tennis ici

Laissez- vous tenter… xo

Photographies  : © Superga-USA

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