What’s in the Balmain x Puma collection with Cara Delevingne
Find out when and where you can shop the sports luxe collection, inspired by boxing and modelled by Cara Delevingne.
Obsessed with sports chic? Then boy, do we have some good news for you! Iconic fashion house Balmain is collaborating with Puma and Cara Delevingne to bring you a statement and unique collection. It's the perfect mix of glam meets sportswear and belongs in your rotation immediately.
You'll be able to purchase the Balmain x Puma x Cara Delevingne collection from the 21 November. This is a worldwide release date and you should be able to pick up pieces from Puma online. Balmain will also be carrying select pieces from the line in its own boutiques.
What's included in the Balmain x Puma x Cara Delevingne collection?
There are 35 unisex items including apparel, footwear and accessories. There's an obvious boxing inspiration in the line and we are absolutely obsessed.
Olivier Rousteing, the creative director of Balmain, said: "Everyone involved was determined to create something timeless. Boxing is a uniquely positive, motivating force. It gives you the confidence to stick up for yourself and defend others. Today we do need to push back, protect inclusion and defend everyone's right to be exactly who they want to be... That's always been a key message for me and it's at the heart of the collaboration."
What are some of the stand-out pieces? The black and gold tracksuit is an obvious example. It comes with a jacket and slim trousers, with a statement block gold sitting against the edgy black design. Another unique piece that definitely deserves your attention is the sequinned, floor-length boxing gown. Where would you wear it? Not sure. But, you have to own it.
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