Ten Trainers Add To Anniversary Range
Money Clothing has delivered on earlier previews of its tenth anniversary collection by rolling out a range of trainers.
The release sees the introduction of two new styles, coming in a total of ten different colourways.
Designers at the firm have been keen to keep to the British brand’s streetwear roots, which saw it become popular with the likes of Tinie Tempah, 50 Cent and Chris Brown.
The Run model, priced at £65 and issued as part of the mainline collection, is made from nylon and suede.
Produced in eight colour combinations, the trainers pick up on the vibrant tones of the label’s clothing.
The £85 leather Purity shoe offers a colour contrast to the Run trainer, coming in just two monochrome styles, black and white.
Released under the premium Black Money line, the model features more robust details than the mainline trainer, created with lace ringlets and reinforced saddle overlays.
Branding on the Purity version is subtle, with just one metal plate used for the label’s logo on the tongue.
The Run shoe was first seen in Money’s mainline lookbook, which was shot in Los Angeles by photographer Viktor Vauthier and released last month.