SUPRA x Harmony Korine ‘Spring Breakers’ Donavyn

Published on March 11th, 2013 | by Roque A. Deleon | 0 Comments | 141 Views

With the upcoming releases of Harmony Korine’s latest film Spring Breakers starring Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine, and James Franco, SUPRA Footwear has teamed up with the celebrated director for an extremely limited, Miami inspired colorway.

SUPRA had this to say about the shoe in their official press release:

“The Spring Breakers Donavyn is a casually elegant low top, redolent of a dress shoe, with a color story that, at first glance, is as bizarre as some of Harmony’s scripts. But the hot pink and turquoise color story was chosen as a nod to another ubiquitous Florida institution, the hit 80′s TV show Miami Vice. The upper is constructed from a unique, hot pink leather that looks shiny and wet like patent leather, but is actually a premium full-grain leather that technology has only recently been able to furnish with these kinds of extreme hues and textures—this is one of the first shoes in the world to feature this new material. It also has three pairs of laces (black, hot pink, and turquoise), a padded black mesh lining, and it’s constructed on a bright turquoise vulcanized sole with a double layer of turquoise foxing.”

Only 100 pairs of the Spring Breakers Donavyn were created. And though there is no word as to when or where these will be available, SUPRA is hosting the Hollywood premiere of the film Thursday, March 14, at the ArcLight Theater, so expect a release date around that timeframe.

Watch the official trailer for Spring Breakers HERE, and make sure to catch the film when it hits theatres on March 22, 2013.

Are you excited for Spring Breakers? Do you dig this hot pink SUPRA colorway? Leave a comment and let us know!

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is a blogger, creator, and innovator. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief of Comatose Magazine. In addition to running the website full-time, Roque also produces art from his home studio in Corpus Christi, Texas. His interests included streetwear, designer toys, and hip-hop.



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