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Puma go luxury in their latest sneaker collaboration

If you're more of a smart shoe wearer but love the comfort and sleekness of trainers, then this is right up your street/feet, as German footwear brand Puma has collaborated with contemporary Amsterdam brand Filling Pieces to make a new version of their classic silhouette, the Blaze of Glory.

As well as using all-black premium nubuck and leather to craft the trainer, they've also redesigned the shape with woven toes, an elastic strap, rose gold aglets and perforated paneling.

The collaboration will be dropping 30 July at Harvey Nichols and End, and will cost £140

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