Style Privato: The Forum Mod reinvents an Icon

The Forum Mod reinvents an Icon

Anna Frattini

The Forum Mod is a shoe born from the desire of reinventing an Icon, the Forum. A shoe symbol of the 1980s that athletes in the likes of Michael Jordan have worn and embraced. Its silhouette reflects its ability to adapt to many styles, including Normcore and Skatecore, as we will see in some shots that we have selected to tell the story of the shoe in Milan.

A design that continues to amaze us as it evolves, and it pairs well with clean fits featuring simple lines. Just a tank top and beige pants are enough to highlight the sneaker and elevate the look. All of this is thanks to the details that bring the shoe’s silhouette up to date, including the serrated Three Stripes – this time on a mesh background – and an elongated heel, which, together with the high midsole, makes the Forum Mod unique in its kind.

In Andrés Juan Suarez‘s shots, soaked in suggestions typically linked to skate culture, the shoe fits perfectly with the look worn by Davide Maestrutti, who is comfortable both on a BMX and ready to pick up the skateboard at any moment, as in the case of the images involving Antonio Rinaldi. Practicality and a unique effortless coolness accompany the Forum Mod in Walter Coppola‘s shots, telling a clean style close to Normcore on Matteo Andreini and Antony Nano.

Ph. courtesy Andrés Juan Suarez e Walter Coppola.

Written by Anna Frattini
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