Matthew M. Williams' Givenchy TK-360 Full Knit Sneakers Have an Official Release Date

Arriving in seven different colors.

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After its debut at the Fall/Winter 2022 Givenchy ready-to-wear show, the Matthew M. Williams-designed TK-360 full knit sneakers have officially received a release date.

The shoes first appeared in a teaser the designer posted to his Instagram, revealing a pair of monochrome white and purple colorways as well as one in black with orange gradient accents. The most notable feature sees the shoe is completely constructed out of knitted material, including the grooved uppers and the split sole unit. The slender silhouette is made entirely of elastic knit material for extra comfort. With no laces, the sneaker has a slip-on aesthetic for ease of wear.

The TK-360s will be available in seven different colorways including the classic black and white and seasonal hues including acid yellow, graphite gray, camel beige, navy and light pink. Rounding off the shoe, the Givenchy branding is seen highlighted on the sole.

Givenchy will be launching these online come May 6 and through select Givenchy retail doors. June 3 marks the worldwide retail launch while July 1 will be when wholesale accounts will release their stock. Retail price is set at $895 USD.

Elsewhere in footwear, the Nike Dunk High is releasing in white with green and gold accents.

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