Puma has opened in Hamra with style. This time around, they did let me take photos inside. Puma invited bloggers to check out their new store and try the Puma Creative Factory. What separates this Puma store from other stores that sell Puma is the collection they have, they sell casual shoes and clothing too including Puma jeans designed by Hussein Chalayan
I found out these new Puma jackets that have a built in in-ear headphones. These really come in handy for those that like jogging or taking a long walk having an iPod. My only concern was with the dry-cleaning but there was a sticker that mentioned this jacket is washable. Not sure how many different jackets have the built-in headphones.
Puma’s Creative Factory is basically a place where you get to fully customize any type of shoe you want. You can change the colours and materials of any shoe, but you can’t add your own artwork like a logo or such. I finally customized a shoe I’ve been trying to find for years. The purple/white Puma trainers. I will post about it once I receive the pair, it costs KD 55 and will take around a month to deliver.
Of course an event isn’t complete unless you’re being served chocolate all the time. Chocolate Bar served chocolate dips and mini-milkshakes which I thought were pretty cool, they came in flavours of oreo, strawberry and cheesecake. You can check out more stuff on the gallery below.