With our new normal approaching our days in full throttle, it surely won’t be easy for us to adjust outdoors. Thankfully we have fashion to calm us down. Dressing up can give a sense of normalcy and productivity back to our routines. In case you would want something to spice up your post-apocalyptic outfits, we give you some of the best limited edition sneakers released during March to May 2020.
From the coveted Air Dior 1s, the skittle-esque CDG x Converse, the futuristic Nike x Stussy Spiridons, to the sustainably-produced Converse 70s, this summer is filled with quintessential sneaker pieces for each fashion girl. We have minimalist silhouettes to the most outrageous designs on our roster. And the best part yet, we know where to get them!
Take note of the release dates and retail prices. These sneakers are usually released in limited pieces and pairs are usually sold in resell prices. Shop wisely and think before you buy! We know revenge buying can be as easy as adding to cart and heading to checkout but keep sustainability and function in mind regardless of any heart-dropping design.
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By Metro.StyleMay 25 2020, 12:32 PM
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Dior x Air Jordan 1
Set for an earlier release on April, the Air Dior 1s are still yet to be released. With only 8.500 pieces produced, sneakerheads are left on the edge of their seats until the official release date.
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COMME des GARÇONS PLAY x Converse Chuck 70
Release: April 2
In addition to the already hyped canvas pieces, CDG Play x Converse introduces three new colors for spring including a neon green eye candy. Available in hi and low-top forms, make sure you get your own pair!
Release: April 3
The 2000s Nike Spiridons get a fresher look with Stussy's iconic angst. Deemed as one of the greatest collaborations this year, both designs are unfortunately sold out on retail price. Cop yours on StockX down below.
Release: April 22
In celebration of Earth Day 2020, LA-based artist Steve Harrington pays homage to mother earth in this quirky cartoonized AF1s. The collaboration also features art on the Cortezs and Blazer Lows.
Release: April 23
Introduced by Tyler the Creator on Converse's ongoing Artist Series, 21-year-old Spencer McMullen redefines the Chuck 70s with his personalized art. Walk with the artist's experiences with these chucks on.
Release: May 6
Made from undyed factory scraps, these chucks shows an unaltered Egret shade in both hi and low forms. From the eyelets, laces, and sole, the upcycled collection is a smart nod to sustainability.
Release: May 15
For those who need a healthy dose of chunky shoes this summer, the Adidas Falcons are back for yet another spin. With cooler and muted hues, two of the newest color ways are meant to perfect both sports and lounge activities.