Launched in Tokyo 1997, Maison Mihara Yasuhiro fuses avant-garde aesthetics with streetwear to create its signature deconstructive sneakers. With an undulating base, the label's extensive range of trainers are designed to add a maximalist foundation to your contemporary looks.

Gaining  notoriety for his inventive shoe designs, Mihara carefully curated collections offer new, compelling optics for men's footwear. Dedicated to expert craftsmanship, Maison Mihara Yasuhiro shoes are hand-moulded with jagged rubber outsoles that command attention. With each coveted sneaker, expect unique design codes alongside signature tonal stitching and thick, luxury laces. Take the Maison Mihara Yasuhiro Hank og sole canvas low, entirely unique, the vintage inspired canvas shoe was originally created by modelling clay by hand. 

Bringing the beauty of imperfections to the runway, Maison Mihara Yasuhiro sneakers bring contemporary twists to streetwear styles. Like the Peterson Original Sole Low Sneaker, detailed with leopard print on the uppers, a chunky and durable rubber outsole is as fashion forward as it is comfortable. 

A continuation of the eponymous Japanese label's unconventional vision, the Maison Mihara Yasuhiro clothing range is designed for your weekend wardrobe. Anything but usual, elegant deconstructions can be seen on logo emblazoned puffer jackets, whilst distressed accents reign supreme on hoodies and layered flannel shirts. For adding touches of utilitarian derived detailing to your looks, cargo trousers and deconstructed knits practically go hand in hand.

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