INSPIRATION: PUMA x Crossover "Velvet Twin Pack"
Posted on November 06 2017
Crossover x PUMA "Velvet Twin Pack" lines up the Puma's Blaze of Glory and Disc Blaze silhouette named 'Roses' and 'Mystery' respectively. An independent film that is sheer in erotic despair surrounded by dark, satirical story and intentional cheap cinematography. The film's opening scene of layered red roses, white fence and blue sky turns Blaze of Glory 'Roses' to be the first to emerge of the twin pack. Majorly tonal grey treatment on mesh upper placed under nubuck and leather material, with speckled cage on the overlay depicting the hues of dark that is about to embark from that very scene. Visible pink on the tongue, lace and sole are Crossover's signature color while the sky blue freshens the insole and stitches around the tongue. The main colorway adorns the outsole while keeping rose stencil print near the heel. Disc Blaze 'Mystery' as the final part of the Crossover x PUMA "Velvet Twin Pack" is inspired after the film's antagonist character, Frank Booth, in charge of all the darkness in the storyline. Suffering near-fatal stroke, his oxygen mask is interpreted to a see-through disc cap on a pitch black upper constructed of mesh, nubuck and suede. White speckled black cage is a symbolism to the littlest of goodness inside the dark character. A sudden pink at the heel tab among all the black, presents both unpredictable behaviour of Frank and also as Crossover's color.