The students of Central Saint Martins’ School of Fashion recently partnered with PUMA in order to drop a sustainable yet fashionable collection. The range which is said to be inspired by the duo’s appreciation of water features both apparel and footwear.

Designs take inspiration from shapes and textures of technical seafaring gear. With colour palettes predominantly featuring black, orange, yellow and white, the collection has its moments of being both subtle and eye-catching.

As for construction, Apparel styles support more sustainable cotton farming through the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), and are created with recycled polyester and dope dye technologies. Footwear pieces also use recycled mesh and non-dyed canvas, resulting in a collection created with respect for our natural resources.

Take a look at the PUMA x Central Saint Martins collection below. If you like what you see then head over to PUMA or Selfridge’s online store.

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