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Puma’s Sophia Webster Collab Is Already Selling Out

Mark your calendars for September 9th, when it becomes available at other retailers.

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British shoe designer Sophia Webster and Puma just released a technicolor sneaker and clothing collection yesterday, and most of the pieces are already sold out on Sophia Webster’s website. Lucky for you, the collection will also be available for purchase globally via Puma’s website and at Madison, Bloomingdale’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue on September 9th.

Inspired by dance culture and streetwear, the collection includes cage sneakers with a vaguely floral design in two different colorways ($140), high top cage sneakers ($170), black rubber logo slides decorated with orange stars and a unicorn ($70), and purple-and-pink suede sneakers with a glitter-flecked blue sole ($120). All of the sneakers come in Lisa Frank-esque colors, and all are currently sold out.

The clothing feels sleeker and less cartoonish than the shoes do, even though pieces like this bodysuit ($120), this crop top ($80), and this baseball hat ($35) — all sold out — feature the same swirly design as the cage sneakers, and this reversible printed crop top ($65, also sold out) features the same unicorn as the slides. A reversible bomber ($275) printed with the same birds of paradise motif as the crop top is — you guessed it — also sold out.

If you’re trying to get your hands on something at the moment, try the black leggings ($120), the mesh-bottom bike shorts ($50), or the printed shorts ($75). Otherwise, hold out for the release on the 9th. See a few of the highlights below.