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Tibi Makes Sneakers For 5 Of Your Favorite Street-Style Stars

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    We have plenty of reasons to be jealous of street style stars like Miroslava Duma, Hanneli Mustaparta, Elin Kling, Olivia Palermo, and The Man Repeller. It seems anything they put on looks amazing, effortless, and uh, camera ready. But we're really trying to keep our cool about the latest notch on their sartorial belts — custom-made Tibi sneakers designed with that photog-ready fivesome in mind (Like, what!? No fair!). Yes, Tibi designer Amy Smilovic has done it again (made us swoon with envy, that is), with her five latest sneaker silhouettes crafted lovingly just for Miro, Hanneli, OP, Leandra, and Elin.

    Chunky high tops with girlish prints, flamingo colored swirls, pastel florals in Chuck Taylor canvas, and initials on top (how else would you know who these belong to?), the sneakers are fit for any Fashion Week outfit, but can easily transition to punch up any lazy-day jeans and T-shirt ensemble, too. We'd be throwing our hands up at the injustice of it all, if it weren't for the simple fact that we can buy them, too. Only question is, whose design should we snag?

    Click on for Amy's sketches and muses, and, of course, pics of the kicks. Then tell us which are your faves in the comments below.

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