What does the most street-style-savvy designer working today do when they can’t find the right sneaker?
Givenchy TK-360 sneaker in black and white, and seasonal shades of Acid Yellow, Graphite Gray, Camel Beige, navy and light pink
They create one. That’s exactly what Givenchy’s Matthew M. Williams decided to do when he designed his self-described “dream shoe.” The artistic director known for melding couture techniques with an of-the-moment mentality has created a shape that not only stops traffic, but technically holds its own with its revolutionary single-piece structure. Trend and technique combine with a classic stretch knit upper fully integrated with the sole, bringing comfort, style and a fashion-forward approach that sets the wearer apart and the basic far behind. Available nationwide July 1, your only decision is which color to get.