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Carven and No Name shoe collaboration


Carven has teamed up with French shoemaker No Name to create a limited-edition shoe that pays tribute to the 1990s, a key trend of fashion week this season 

Emily Scrivener,

Carven has joined design forces with shoemaker No Name to create a limited-edition summer must-have.

The duo has re-designed No Name’s original Plato sneakers as part of a tribute to the 1990s, which is the main inspiration behind Carven’s spring-summer 2014 collection. The exclusive platform trainers have been devised in a blue floral print by Carven designer Guillaume Henry.

The collaboration was initiated by the Parisian concept store The Broken Arm and there are only 600 pairs of the limited-edition sneakers. They go on sale from 1 March exclusively at The Broken Arm and Carven stores.

These feminine, wedge-heel trainers are set to be the summer must-have and won’t be available for long, so make sure you pick up your pair soon.

Carven x No Name sneakers, €140

Carven, 13 bis rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, +33 (0)1 4222 2493

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