limited edition patchwork sneakers
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Known for their progressive take on contemporary design, offbeat French fashion house Maison Margiela was originally established in 1988. Under the current tenureship of British designer John Galliano, the quirky design house creates menswear classics with an idiosyncratic twist that echo’s the deconstructionist philosophy of the label’s founder Martin Margiela. These white leather limited edition patchwork sneakers from Maison Margiela feature a round toe, an oversize tongue, a slip-on style, a branded insole, signature stitching to the rear, a flat rubber sole and a distressed finish. These sneakers can be worn with or without laces.
Designer colour: 075 GRIGIO
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: S57WS0155SY0632
Farfetch ID: 12259154
- Sole Composition
- Rubber 100%
- Lining Composition
- Leather 100%
- Outer Composition
- Leather 100%
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Free returns pick-up
We offer free global returns.
You have 14 days from receiving your order to return the item. We strongly recommend that you book your free returns pick-up within 7 days of receiving your order to ensure that it arrives back in time.
Import duties information
Delivery duties are included in the item price when shipping to all EU countries plus USA, Canada, China, Australia, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Singapore, Republic Of Korea, Kuwait, Mexico, Qatar, India, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, U.A.E., Japan. This means all import duties are included in your order. The price you see is the price you pay.
Delivery duties are not included in the item price when shipping to all other countries. This means you may be liable to pay import duties on receipt of your order.
Maison Margiela has become the go-to label for discreet cool with a directional twist. Its cerebral approach to deconstruction has seen random objects such as wigs and football scarves fused into works of fashion art.