Maison Mihara Yasuhiro has followed up last week’s monochromatic moccasin-inspired release with a fresh orange iteration.
The Japanese footwear designer — who is renowned for his unique designs and use of unorthodox fabrics — has again opted for bandana patterns of paisley and floral motifs, on the vibrant orange upper and contrasting white top-stitching.
Arriving as a low-top silhouette, each sneaker sits on a playfully imperfect white moulded rubber sole, beneath a set of thick, flat laces that loop through two silver-toned eyelets. The tongue matches the pattern found on the rest of the upper and reads “MMY” followed by set of instructions on how to wear the shoes, based on the label’s values.
Maison Mihara Yasuhiro’s OG Sole Orange “Bandana Print” is available to buy now from MatchesFashion, retailing at $455 USD.
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