Duke+Dexter Reunites With Playboy For Sleek Third Collab

Delivering a distinguished retro aesthetic.

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London-based footwear label Duke+Dexter has teamed up with Playboy for the third time on a new collection, which includes a range of nostalgic prints from cover shoots presented on a series of silhouettes.

Featuring five iterations, the latest release aligns with seven decades of Playboy, dating back to its inception in 1953. Employing iconic visuals from 1975, 1988 and 2015 across the vamp, toe box, and tongue of each model, the entirely unisex line comes complete with a modernised iteration of the brand’s Sketch IV loafer, as well as various various pin-up-inspired designs.

An exclusive piece tailored for women has also been crafted as part of the collection. Originally featured on the Party Jokes page of the magazine, the loafer houses Playboy’s iconic Femlins moniker and are available in sizes ranging from UK 3 to 8.

You can cop the Duke+Dexter x Playboy collab now from the brand’s webstore.

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