Selena Gomez is releasing a second SG x Puma collection and here’s what we know
Get a first look at the super comfy new line that you can get your hands on soon.
After debuting an empowering "Strong Girl" collection with PUMA just before Christmas, our favourite former Disney babe Selena Gomez has announced another activewear collaboration with the sportswear giant.
While the capsule isn't set to drop for another month, Selena has taken to Instagram to grace us with a first peep at the hot new line. From stories posted on her 'gram, we've had a look at three new sneaker silhouettes and it's enough to get us excited for the rest of the line.
Where the Strong Girl collaboration gave us lots of monochrome hues with pops of dark red and forest greens, the spring/summer 2019 collection is all about those on-trend neon tones.
The new sneakers take on a totally 90s vibe that we are honestly all about. The designs include an SG Runner Strength Training Shoe in Glacier Grey, alongside two pairs of SG Bright Slip-ons in sunshine yellow and aqua colourways.
In addition to the new kicks, the spring/summer 2019 capsule will include tights, tanks and tees and even a couple of pairs of strappy Cali sandals that we need asap.
The collection will also include some sneaky personalised touches from the singer. The new sneakers feature a semicolon design inspired by Gomez's tattoo and the leggings feature the numerical code 072292, which is actually her birthday. Cute.
When and where can you shop the collection?
PUMA must have known that we couldn't wait to get our hands on this latest collaboration because the three new sneaker iterations have already been pre-released. Retailing between US$90-$120, the trainers are available now on the American PUMA site. Whilst there's no word just yet on when they will be available for sale on the Australian site, we imagine it won't be too long now.
The rest of the collection is scheduled to drop on 15 May also on the PUMA site. In the meantime, you can shop killer pieces from the previous lines from the Australian PUMA site as well as from THE ICONIC.