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Dashing Designer Trainers: Where Comfort Meets High-End Fashion

Comfort was the key to 2020 fashion and loose-fitting loungewear and sports gear came marching back in trend. So does that mean you all have to ditch the suave suits and death-trap heels for chunky sports branded trainers? Is this the era where high-end fashion dies? Absolutely not. Lucky for some, designer brands have caught on and have come up with their own creations. Now you can lounge around or hit the supermarkets in luxurious comfort.

Trainers for Men

Valentino Garavani Climbers trainers in leather 

Garavani’s Climbers sneaker debuted in 2019. Then they have been reimagined for the winter of 20/21 in a vibrant colour scheme of white, gray, orange, and ivory black. Made in Italy from leather and mesh panels with a wide lacing system, these striking trainers feature a printed logo and a sculpted rubber sole.

Ami Ami De Coeur Leather Paneled Sneakers With Embroidery

These neutral-style sneakers with embroidered heels and the Ami de Coeur logo are exclusive to the MATCHESFASHION brand. Crafted in Portugal from creamy leather and darker suede and mesh inserts. They also feature a jacquard logo tongue tag and a cool sole.

Balenciaga Paneled Track Trainers

For a slightly retro trendy modern look, check out Balenciaga’s silver Track sneakers with awesome detailing. Demna Gvasalia’s product is made of laser-cut panels on a mesh base. They are combined at the front in a comfortable, rounded toe with nice yellow accents and reflective logos on the sides.

Gucci 1977 Jacquard Stripe Sneaker

Those who love to be featured in luxury brands will like these unmistakable blue canvas shoes from Gucci. The trainers’ style is based on the tennis shoes of the 1970s fashion house and made in Italy. They have a white jacquard GG logo and the famous green and red spider web, inspired by the straps of traditional horse saddles.

Burberry Arthur Overshoe trainers

Dazzling in crystal white ripstop and suede, these sports shoes are deceptively practical. The look is completed with a midsole with criss-cross tread detailing, nodding to Burberry’s iconic check. Trainers are inspired by all-weather gear that embodies the brand’s legendary heritage, perfect for any season.

Alexander Mcqueen Raised Sole Low Top Leather Trainers

For urban life, these black Alexander McQueen low-top sneakers are crafted in smooth Italian calfskin. An oversized white rubber outsole with a round toe shows a stylish signature of the London label. They are designed with glamorous gold prints, logos on the tongue and heel, and retro-styled perforated sides.

Rick Owens X Veja Pierre Knit Upper Trainers

Rick Owens and Veja collaborated to develop these modern black Pierre styles. It’s a super eco-friendly choice because the upper is knitted from yarns made from recycled plastic bottles. Sits on an outsole are made from eco-friendly Amazon rainforest rubber. The sneaker is marked with the V-logo and has a loop on the heel for easy removal. They have a soft interior to maximize your comfort.

Brunello Cucinelli – sneakers in leather and suede

Another eco-friendly design by Brunello Cucinelli. Materials made from responsible sources are at the heart of this brand’s ethics. Made in Italy, these sneakers are crafted from smooth, stitched leather with gray suede trim and a raised rubber sole. Internal perforations provide ventilation – ideal for sports activities and hot climates.

Trainers for Women

Brands like Prada, Burberry, and Gucci create eye-catching styles for women season after season, and athletic shoes have never been so chic. In 2021, girls could even wear trainers together with a dress. And unisex trainers are also cool.

Sneakers by New Balance

Inspired by the New Balance tradition, these casual women’s sneakers blend retro looks with modern flair for a versatile and stylish silhouette that will keep your streetwear chic.

Game Advance leather and suede sneakers,

Featuring an ingenious layered upper and sculpted rubber outsole, the Game Advance Luxe features a modern look. These sneakers embody the traditional Lacoste aesthetic with a definite emphasis on luxury.

Sookie’s woman

If you’re looking for a comfortable, trendy sneaker to wear to work, here they are. I like working with lattice leather.

Dolce & Gabbana Leather Sneakers: Applique And Logo

Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana love sportswear, as evidenced by their chic yet practical creations. These round-toe sneakers feature black logo appliqu├ęs on the inside, back heel, and outside toe cap. Wear them to lunch with skinny jeans or to a stylish workout at the gym.

Bottega Veneta Seamless Leather Sneakers

Opt for a more elegant look with these seamless khaki sneakers from Bottega Veneta. Clean lines and minimalism reflect designer Daniel Lee’s modern take on casual wear. Crafted in Italy from smooth leather and embellished with a chic logo embossed tongue. The interior is finished in white leather with a matching white insole and sole.

Moncler New Monaco Leather Sneakers

Known primarily for its skiwear brand, Alpine has been blazing a trail for style since its founding in the 1950s. These versatile New Monaco sneakers have a minimalist black silhouette, making them an indispensable wardrobe item. The house’s logo plaque features a rubber patch on the tongue, and the three-colour logo tag is tastefully embroidered on the side of the shoe.

In the 2021 season, trainers’ fashion is still associated with a retro vibe. Prada high-top sneakers, as well as Alexander McQueen lace-up platforms and Gucci cherry-embellished tennis shoes, are part of the comfortable pandemic times style. Also, ’90s-style sneakers are still in vogue, and you don’t even need to invest in a designer look for them.

If sustainability is at the top of your agenda (as it should be), many cool brands include vegan trainer models such as Veja, Waes, and Yatay. So with this wide range of designer trainers, you will probably find your beloved pair and spend the year in luxury comfort.

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Anekha Pillai

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