What’s in the latest PUMA x Barbie collection?
See all the pictures from the line and find out where to get your hands on it.
No strangers to collaboration, PUMA has already teamed up with Barbie once before to release two limited-edition Barbie dolls and an apparel range. Now, celebrating the iconic doll's 60th anniversary, the sportswear giant is back with a second adorable capsule collection.
If, like most of us, you grew up playing with Barbie dolls, this is a line you're going to want to get around ASAP. The exclusive athleisure capsule includes both footwear and ready-to-wear sports apparel and features a whole lot of pink. The blast from the past collab also offers plenty of throwback vibes, throwing in loud bursts of colour and retro logos.
The collection includes a range of hoodies and tees alongside two pairs of leggings and a pair of bike shorts. There are also two pairs of sneakers up for grabs and, as cute as the entire line is, these have to be our favourites.
The Barbie Nova sneaker features a baby pink textile upper with leather and suede overlays and some fun sunshine yellow and emerald hues to make them pop. The kicks also feature PUMA tongue tabs and a Barbie logo heel tab. The sneakers are available in both adult and kids sizes.
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The second pair of fun sneakers is a stark white iteration with Barbie pink detailing. The sneakers come with a multi-coloured Barbie logo on the side and PUMA tongue tabs. These are also available for both little ones and big kids alike.
When and where can you shop the collab?
The second PUMA x Barbie collection is already available for sale online through PUMA. Unfortunately, it's not on the Australian version of the PUMA site and there's no word yet on when it will be.
Fortunately though, our favourite fashion retailer ASOS has our backs and is already stocking some of the collection. You can currently shop the Barbie Nova sneakers from the ASOS site for $150. You can also pick up a selection of the activewear starting from $35.
If the previous suede collection was more your style, you can still pick up a few items from the last collaboration on the Australian PUMA site.
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