While Puma once had the most sought-after name in tennis – Serena Williams – the brand has recently all but disappeared from the tennis court. That doesn’t mean the brand has floundered into oblivion, however, as the company has launched a nationwide ad campaign that doesn’t feature any big-name athletes, but instead, fresh-faced (and oh-so-trendy) […]
Just a quick note that the Puma GV Hall of Fame Edition sneaker is now for sale, rounding out the company’s Guillermo Vilas-inspired campaign as of late. And in case you’re wondering: that is Vilas’ mug shot on shoe’s tongue. Such subtle vanity! (What do you think of the shoes? Tell us.) Of course I […]
Puma has finally released the much anticipated Guillermo Vilas-inspired French 77 line this month, and I’m sad to say that except for a cute few items, it didn’t quite live up to the hype. Why give us something that Stella McCartney‘s pretty much done for adidas?
Puma wrote me yesterday asking for a mailing address. They’re sending me printed catalog! It looks like it’ll have all the French 77 goodies that we’re all dying to see. I’ll let you know when I get it…. At Stylezilla!, they’re talking about a recent New York Times article on the latest trend for guys: […]
To build more buzz for the launch of Puma‘s French 77 line this April, they’ve released a book of photographs by Hubertus von Hohenlohe with nymphs Lydia Hearst, Lizzie Jagger and Theodora Richards all shooting the shit with 70’s tastemakers Guillermo Vilas, Udo Kier, and Giacomo Agostini. More photos at Puma Talk. RELATED POSTS >> […]