Margaret Howell & Mizuno Team up on SS19 Capsule Collection

Featuring a take on the M-Line Running silhouette.

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Contemporary British designer Margaret Howell and Mizuno have teamed up for a Spring/Summer 2019 capsule collection, bringing together British craftsmanship with Japanese minimalist silhouettes.

The capsule includes a parka, windbreaker, swimsuit and nylon shorts – the latter feeding into the cycling shorts trend of recent years. The capsule is rounded off with the duo’s signature piece, a collaborative Mizuno M-Line Running shoe, swathed in black nylon and suede, sitting atop a clean white midsole that echoes performance runners from the 1990s. The runners retail for £225 GBP (approx. $300 USD) and are available to purchase online now.

Take a look at the collection above, watch how the shoes are made below, and head to Margaret Howell‘s flagship store on Wigmore Street, London, on March 8 to pick up your favourite pieces from the collection.

In case you missed it, here’s your full look at the SS19 adidas Spezial line.

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