PUMA and Liberty once again partner up for a special collaboration, with each brand showing its own storied past in this new range of bold floral designs. Following their first collaboration back in September 2021.

What can you find in this second collaboration?

If you love floral prints and sporty styles, you’ll be thrilled to hear that PUMA and Liberty have teamed up for another collaboration that celebrates both brands’ heritage and vision. The PUMA x Liberty collection features a range of apparel, footwear, and accessories for adults and kids, all inspired by the 1960s flower power movement and London’s iconic florists.

The campaign imagery is set within a traditional London flower shop. Framing the latest PUMA x Liberty collaboration in a scene that is teeming with vivid flower arrangements.

The collection showcases Liberty’s famous archive of florals, which have been reimagined with PUMA’s luxe sportswear aesthetic. The prints and embroidery on jackets, shorts, pants, and hoodies, create a vibrant and playful look. The collection also includes exclusive graphics that blend PUMA’s logo with Liberty’s motifs. Adding a touch of whimsy to the designs and the overall aesthetics.

Of course, the footwear options are equally stunning. Both the Teveris Nitro and Slipstream sneakers feature an exotic floral color scheme that matches the apparel.

The PUMA x Liberty collection is more than just a fashion statement. It’s a celebration of self-discovery, empowerment, and creativity. A way to honor the past while embracing the present and future. It’s a reminder that you can be bold, beautiful, and confident in your own skin.

If you’re ready for the PUMA x Liberty collection, find it online at Puma.com or in-stores starting May 5, 2023. Don’t miss this chance to add some floral flair to your wardrobe and unleash your inner flower child.

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