The silhouettes — in both low-top and high-top form — feature an oversized sole unit and a canvas upper in block colors such as white, black and red. They are both fairly minimal, with Alexander McQueen branding appearing on the tongue, the lateral side’s rubber mid-section and on the low-top’s heel loop.
To celebrate the Tread Slick line, the iconic British label has enlisted photographers from around the world, including some that featured in its #McQueenCreators Natureproject. The result sees both its silhouettes captured in London locations Peckham, Hackney and Clerkenwell as well as Milan, Italy; Berkshire, UK; Berlin, Germany and Bourgeauville, France.
All of the locations highlight a natural environment for the respective photographers, from woodland shots taken by Adama Jalloh in Peckham to the flowers and blue skies captured in Eddie Wrey‘s shot in Berkshire.
Check out the Alexander McQueen Tread Slick photography campaign in the gallery above, and pick up both the high-top and low-top iterations on Alexander McQueen’s website now.
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