Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - THE NEWS -

The Ja­panese are renowned for be­ing ex­act­ing when it comes to their craft. When that skill is em­ployed to in­ject new life into old ma­te­ri­als, magic hap­pens. Such is the case with Onit­suka Tiger’s lat­est col­lab­o­ra­tion with Sac­cora Ja­pan. The for­mer’s iconic Mex­ico 66 and Lawn­ship 2.0 styles have been re­worked with fab­ric wo­ven from the Sakiori tech­nique, an in­ge­nious method of turn­ing left­over cloth into new ma­te­ri­als. The kicks don’t just of­fer com­fort and func­tion, they also give sus­tain­able fashion a stylish edge. Colour­ful and easy to match, the shoes also em­body the ex­cel­lence found in Ja­panese crafts­man­ship

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