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Eytys Enlists German Artist Simon Mullan to Revamp Its Mother Sneaker

Eytys has enlisted German artist Simon Mullan to create two new nylon iterations of its Mother sneaker silhouette. In his 2014 exhibition “Die Flasche,” Berlin-based Mullan explored the subcultural value of bomber jackets and stitched together fragments of old MA1 flight jackets to create new masterpieces. The new Eytys x Simon Mullan Mothers are constructed […]
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