Hogan H222 Black and White Leather Sneakers
Country of Origin: Italy
Colour: Black / White
Hogan H222 Black and White Leather Sneakers. A casual soul with irresistible glamour appeal, these H222 sneakers in leather with contrast inserts feature a daring 4 cm outsole without compromising balance. Their bold spirit makes these sneakers perfect to accompany the simplest of looks: from tight trousers and an oversized cape, to a knee-length skirt and a soft, wool jumper.
Hogan shoes are extremely comfortable, and their casual style is elegant at the same time.
Women, men and children go crazy for this brand, because it’s right for everyone.
Few know the history of these shoes and the Tod Group, owned by Diego Della Valle, to which the Hogan brand belongs. Not everyone, for example, knows that this brand is wholly Italian: besides Tod’s and Hogan footwear, the business also owns the Fay clothing line.
The Hogan label was invented for the footwear line but, owing to its immediate success, came to include various leather creations and accessories, such as bags.
Although Hogan footwear was born in 1986, the first sneakers line came along only in 1995, the year that saw the athletic model launched on the market.
The Interactive line, the Hogan shoe style we’re all familiar with, came just two years later.
2004 saw the launch of Olympia, more elegant and slender. Dedicated entirely to the female customer is Attractive, immediately followed by Hippie Logo bags and Hogan eyewear sunglasses.
From 1986 to the present, the always-comfortable Hogan shoe has changed its shape and decoration, but its style is always the same: winning and in the forefront of fashion.
The timeless taste of these shoes is above all that of a status symbol, an image of elegance and luxury.
Hogan footwear and its label have always aimed at quality, which is why it belongs to the higher price range: every tiny detail is attended to with extreme accuracy and the materials used are, of course, top quality.
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