Très Bien and Diemme's Cornaro Low Is a Boot Fit For All Occasions

From creating a chair with JOY Objects to developing its own range of clothes under its everywear label, retailer Très Bien has shown that it's more than just a shop, but a creative hub that delivers a uniform and a lifestyle for its dialed-in consumer. Now, under the everywear moniker, Très Bien delivers yet another collaboration, this time around working with the Italian footwear brand Diemme.Known for producing hard-wearing hiking-ready silhouettes, Diemme has placed itself at the epicenter of trek-core clobber. Through various collaborations and a main-line collection that speaks to the preppy, outdoorsy type who seeks elevated athleisure and technical garments, the label has become a staple in many footwear rotations. Très Bien hopes to hop on that with its take on the Cornaro Low, offering two special-edition, retailer-exclusive colorways.Naturally, Très Bien also ups the execution of these pairs by kitting the silhouette in full-grain leather, a lugged rubber sole and easy-roller shiny metal hardware. The understated pair combines black leather with bottle green rubber running around the boot's perimeter, leaving space for accents on the pull tab and for the laces. Italian neoprene has been used for the tongue across both pairs.For something more vibrant, the collaboration also delivers a low-top boot in full-grain Mogano, working alongside red details in the same manner as its bottle green sibling.Très Bien's collaboration with Diemme can be seen in the Orienteer Mapazine-shot lookbook above and purchased in-store and online now for $380 USD a pair.For more fashionable yet rough-and-ready styles, check out the latest footwear from GARMENT PROJECT. Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST

Très Bien and Diemme's Cornaro Low Is a Boot Fit For All Occasions

From creating a chair with JOY Objects to developing its own range of clothes under its everywear label, retailer Très Bien has shown that it's more than just a shop, but a creative hub that delivers a uniform and a lifestyle for its dialed-in consumer. Now, under the everywear moniker, Très Bien delivers yet another collaboration, this time around working with the Italian footwear brand Diemme.

Known for producing hard-wearing hiking-ready silhouettes, Diemme has placed itself at the epicenter of trek-core clobber. Through various collaborations and a main-line collection that speaks to the preppy, outdoorsy type who seeks elevated athleisure and technical garments, the label has become a staple in many footwear rotations. Très Bien hopes to hop on that with its take on the Cornaro Low, offering two special-edition, retailer-exclusive colorways.

Naturally, Très Bien also ups the execution of these pairs by kitting the silhouette in full-grain leather, a lugged rubber sole and easy-roller shiny metal hardware. The understated pair combines black leather with bottle green rubber running around the boot's perimeter, leaving space for accents on the pull tab and for the laces. Italian neoprene has been used for the tongue across both pairs.

For something more vibrant, the collaboration also delivers a low-top boot in full-grain Mogano, working alongside red details in the same manner as its bottle green sibling.

Très Bien's collaboration with Diemme can be seen in the Orienteer Mapazine-shot lookbook above and purchased in-store and online now for $380 USD a pair.

For more fashionable yet rough-and-ready styles, check out the latest footwear from GARMENT PROJECT.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST