Versace's Trigreca Sneaker Encompasses the Brand's Iconic Codes
Utilizing its signature Medusa and Greca patterns.
Versace‘s new Trigreca sneaker, stemming from trail-running culture, features bold color, strong patterns and a functional visual style, all whilst retaining Versace’s DNA at the forefront. New iterations of the silhouette have recently dropped, combining flash colors for a fun and festive look.
The Trigreca draws inspiration from the brand’s Greca pattern. A celebration of Versace’s Magna Graecia heritage, the symbol was first used in the Fall-Winter 1988 Collection. 3 Greca visuals are featured on the outsole while Greca details can also be found on the toe and midsole. Line patterns on the toe are inspired by topographic maps and the lace cage (similar to the Chain Reaction) features a form study of the Greca shapes.
Other features include a splatter-painted midsole, an oversized stitched on the tongue in line with the trail-running theme, Versace’s iconic Medusa code hidden in the heel of the sneaker and an insole made of cork, aligning with the outdoors perspective.
Check out HYPEBEAST’s latest lookbook and video shoot for the Versace Trigreca above and head to Versace’s website to shop the collection.