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Alexander McQueen and Puma team up on these croc-stamped plimsolls.
Wedge trainers aren’t going away. This black version will go with everything.
These Asics boast an Impact Guidance System for running efficiency.
We love the sprinkling of glitter on the toe of these otherwise-understated lace-ups.
The nodes on the bottom of the Reebok RealFlex help natural running movement.
Jimmy Choo’s glitter hi-tops channel Kanye West. In the best possible way.
Dunlop’s Green Flash gets a multi-coloured makeover from Anya Hindmarch.
KG by Kurt Geiger’s snake print leather high tops are unexpected and cool.
Nike’s Dual Fusion running shoes both cushion and support. The ideal match.
Christian Louboutin’s studded hi-tops are pointedly fabulous.
The supportive insoles and midsoles in Asics’ Patriot 3 should help you reach the finish.
Get some Eighties’ hip-hop glamour with Giuseppe Zanotti’s high-octane shoes.
Pair these with a T-shirt and rolled-up boyfriend jeans to achieve laid-back cool.
Brooks’ Trance trainers are made for durability. Looking good is just a sideline.
Sweet and Low
Tick off both the pastel and sportswear trends with these sugar-sweet lace-ups.
Big In Japan
Onitsuka Tiger retro shoes echo Japanese trainers from the 1968 Olympics.
House of Holland teams up with cult plimsoll brand Superga for these witty flatforms.
Light and super-bright, no-one will miss you passing them in these.
Puma’s Faas 500 shoes have a padded ankle collar and a super grippy sole.
Old school hi-tops will always appeal – we love the colours of Adidas’ Midiru style.
Miu Miu’s glittery toe-cap plimsolls are the very definition of sports-luxe.
Stella McCartney for Adidas’ trainers fuse fashion and function.
You’ll skip past everyone else in New Balance’s lightweight 880 shoes.
Converse’s classic low-top in the season’s hottest hue. Perfect with indigo denim.
Mulberry’s fun calf-hair hi-tops are inspired by Where The Wild Things Are.