Designed to give a distinctive imprint to your daytime look, the Balmain Paris B-Court become part of your sneakers collection. Proposed in white leather, they are characterized by the contrasting B printed on the side, matched with the black detail on the back, and by the embossed logo on the sole. Lace-up closure Round tip B printed on the side, black detail on the back, logo printed on the tongue and embossed on the back of the sole White color 100% Calfskin Made in China
White & Black Low Top Men's B-court Signature Sneakers
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BALMAIN MEN'S WHITE LEATHER SNEAKERS
SNEAKERS BALMAIN, LEATHER 100%, color WHITE, Rubber sole, SS20, product code TM1C210LSOHGAB
WHITE & BLACK LOW TOP MEN'S B-COURT SIGNATURE SNEAKERS
Low-Top B-Court Sneakers stand the test of time in your sneaker rotation. Classically cool, these court style kicks feature lace-up closure, rounded toe, logo on tongue, contrast padded heel, bold logo detail on quarter panel, leather lining and rubber sole with logo detail. Made in Italy.
Balmain (French: [balmɛ̃]) is a haute couture fashion house that was founded by Pierre Balmain. Balmain was born in 1914 in France. His father owned a drapery business and his mother and sister owned a fashion boutique where he often worked after his father’s death in 1921. He always had a love of fashion and an eye for design. He attended the École des Beaux-Arts in 1933-1934 with intent to study architecture but instead ended up spending the majority of his time designing dresses. After working for atelier Robert Piquet as a freelance artist and spending time with Edward Molyneux, he left school to work for Molyneux. In the late 1930s, he served in the French air force and the army pioneer corps. After peace was declared, he worked at Lucien Lelong and opened his own fashion house under his name. He released his first collection in 1945 and his first fragrance in 1949. While at Lelong, he met Christian Dior, a designer who would play a huge role in Balmain’s career and the postwar fashion industry in general.