In 2009, Guillaume Philibert wanted to design a premium sneaker at a fair price point. This led to the birth of the Low Top. The first shoe to bridge the gap between streetwear and high fashion. The low top became more than just a piece of footwear. It was a symbol of affordable, luxury design. A product that leveled the playing field. One that proved good design can unify. A sneaker adopted by people of all sexes, races, religions, and sexualities.