Bloomingdale’s continues to build a strong collection of sneakers, adding the Nike Vandalised LX and PUMA CELL Alien OG into the mix. Catering to both men and women, the retailer’s footwear options include an impressive assortment of lifestyle sneakers.
The Nike Vandalised LX follows the brand’s recent trend of deconstructed classics. First released in 1984 as a basketball shoe, the silhouette’s standout high cut collar is updated with a thin white leather and tan suede construction. Coming through in a “Platinum Tint” and white colorway, the asymmetrical style also boasts a cupsole platform and a toggle lacing system. Laser cut elements and exposed stitching on the toebox and split swooshes drive home the deconstructed aesthetic.
On the men’s side, the PUMA CELL Alien OG shows off the brand’s signature ’90s running technology, updated with a lifestyle leaning. Launched in 1998, CELL was built specifically to be resilient and durable for athletes. The technology is seen in the bubble-packed heel, which is matched with an EVA midsole and rubber outsole for ultimate cushioning. True to the original, the CELL Alien OG sports a “Black-Surf,” “PUMA White” and “Lime Punch” color story.