When Dolce & Gabbana shared their Sorrento sneaker in February, many were quick to note its similarity to adidas’ NMD. We’ll never know whether they happened on the idea themselves or whether releases like Pharrell’s Chanel Hu NMD proved there was a market streetwear/high-fashion crossovers. Hell, maybe D&G subscribe to the philosophy of Kanye West: ‘It’s not where you take things from. It’s where you take them to.'
it's not where you take things from. It's where you take them to
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 19, 2018
Regardless, the couture clothiers are back with a new colourway.
This drop chops up red and black over its uppers, while supportive modules proved under-heel comfort and jagged teeth offer traction. Those after the new take can grab them from My Theresa.