Sneaker geeks will revel in the new season’s designer collaborations and special editions
Fluoro-trim trainers £505 by Lanvin at Matches
Lanvin’s fluoro trim trainers – that debuted on the runway for autumn/winter 2013 – are a luxury favourite of ours.
Garavani Rockrunner camouflage trainers £430 by Valentino
Valentino uses a special technique to cut and layer different leathers to achieve this eye-catching camouflage effect, then finishes them with the iconic rock-studs.
Black zigzag patterned hi-tops £230 by Kenzo at Selfridges; 0800-123400
In an exclusive style to Selfridges, Kenzo’s hi-tops feature an Aztec-inspired print on a chunky-shaped sneaker. If you like a hi-top, these are the ones for you.
M576TBR English Breakfast trainers £120 by New Balance
Taking inspiration from the quintessentially English beverage, New Balance has created the Tea Pack collection. We’re particularly taken by the classic English Breakfast.
Jack Purcell £120 by Maison Martin Margiela x Converse
As part of the great range stemming from an exciting collaboration between Maison Martin Margiela and Converse, the classic Jack Purcells have been coated in cracked white paint.
Leather-panelled sneakers £320 by Raf Simons at Mr Porter
Belgian design legend Raf Simons has turned his hand to running trainers this season, resulting in this attractive contemporary take on the classic runner.
Air Max 90 SneakerBoot £115 by Nike
For the first time ever, Nike has created boot versions of its iconic trainers. Our favourite is the Air Max edition.