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Puma: Ballet inspired ‘Phenom En-Pointe’

Puma built the collection for confident women, En Pointe compliments all aspects of the hustler lifestyle; and because looking good, feels good, the collection’s ever-coveted millennial pink, plus an array of soft pastels, offers a

Puma built the collection for confident women, En Pointe compliments all aspects of the hustler lifestyle; and because looking good, feels good, the collection’s ever-coveted millennial pink, plus an array of soft pastels, offers a variety of stylish pieces to play with.

As the ultimate fashion icon, Selena Gomez is the ideal representation of the line. Her flexible style takes her from the gym to the red carpet and to all corners of the globe. Her fearlessness is reflected onto the collection with bold, statement pieces that command attention. Never boring. Never the same. Always on point. Selena Gomez, states, “I feel confident. I feel empowered. I feel in control. I am brave. Yes, I might not be perfect, but I’m always Me. No masks, not filters, just Selena Gomez.”

 

Puma built the collection for confident women, because looking good, feels good. Pictired: Phenom Fierce Satin En-Pointe

The collection was born out of a conversation between Puma’s design teams and the dancers of New York City Ballet. They met to discuss the concept of movement and what a dancer needs to be at their best through long hours of rehearsals. The Puma En Pointe collection showcases linear elements, wide strapping, and woven details pulled from ballet technique: long lines, dynamic flexibility, and powerful movement.

The sporty, millennial pink, Phenom Low Satin Puma En Pointe.

Structure is created through pleating, rib textures, and buoyant fabrics. Metal details mix with shine and sporty trims to emphasize motion. Tonal is a must. Lightweight is everything. It’s less about changing outfits and more about layering; adding and subtracting items to keep muscles warm between dancing. Dancers must constantly strive to perfect their performance- therefore, showing off long lines is key, muted colours work best, and patterns are avoided because they distract from muscle definition.

Unity Phelan, New York City Ballet soloist, goes on to say, “We are not only dancers, we are athletes. We train countless hours a week and we need the right products to perform. We have to give it our all-in training, before we go on stage to shine.”

The collection was born out of a conversation between Puma’s design teams, and the dancers of New York City Ballet.

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