Lanvin has dropped its vintage-inspired JL low top sneaker in two colorways ideal for the warmer months ahead, presenting "Light Blue/White" and "Ecru/Green."
The vintage pair follows on from Lanvin's popular Bumper sneaker model, which recently received a rework courtesy of Concepts. For the JL sneaker, Lanvin mimics a number of the Bumper sneaker's design elements, but also introduces a number of retro touches.
Much like the Bumper sneaker, Lanvin's latest offering is made from nylon and features both suede and leather overlays. The "JL" logo on the side appears in contrasting colors, and has even been embroidered into the suede eyestay component. Further branding can be seen on the side panel where the house's moniker is printed in gold-toned lettering, while the tongue receives an archive-inspired debossed print.
Clean white laces, a camel-colored rubber sole unit and a Nappa leather interior round off each pair. Take a look at Lanvin's new JL sneaker in both "Light Blue/White" and "Ecru/Green" in the gallery above, and pick up both pairs now from HBX, where they retail for $465 USD each.
For more retro-inspired sneakers, check out New Balance's black and white 827 sneakers.