Vetements Set to Release New Logo-Branded Sock Trainers

Sleek black and white editions.

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After designing the classic combat boot with orange burnished-leather flames, Vetements is gearing up to release two new sock-style trainers for Fall/Winter 2019. The sneakers are offered in monochromatic colors of black and white, and are printed with various logos for minimal branding.

On the low-top black edition, an upside-down Anarchy motif is featured on the lateral side. It’s crafted of jersey knit and finished off with a white toe cap and white laces for contrast. The white edition is constructed of jacquard and offered in a high-top silhouette. A simple “Vetements” logo is stamped on the front, while a black outsole rounds it off.

The Anarchy-Print Jersey Sock Trainers are priced at £505 GBP (approximately $625 USD), while the Logo-Jacquard version retails for £470 GBP (approximately $582 USD). Both styles are slated to drop in the near future on MATCHESFASHION.com.

For more fashion from the label, check out the six new colorways of its Spike Runner 200.

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