Heidi Klum's Sneakers Are A Combination Of The Summer's Biggest Shoe Trends

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If those tattered white tennis shoes of yours are in desperate need of an upgrade before summer comes around, then boy does this model have the perfect thing for you. The neon-striped platform sneakers Heidi Klum just debuted are breathing life into her off-duty style. You're definitely going to need a pair to elevate your weekend wear, too.

On Thurs., the former America's Got Talent judge was spotted on a jaunt through Tribeca with her kids in tow, sporting an outfit you'll want to copy immediately. Klum layered a super-oversized shirtdress adorned with purple pinstripes over a relaxed pair of wide-leg pants frayed at the hems, overall making for an admirably lax oh-what-this-old-thing kind of look.

Her accessories complemented the ensemble impeccably: a big, sky-blue bucket bag (yes, they're still a thing) and, best of all, a pair of trend-forward platform shoes. The footwear in question is basically that white sneaker you wear constantly, but with a major boost on the sole and highlighter-yellow trim worthy of Kendall Jenner's street style wardrobe.

The shoes are by Italian sneaker and accessory label Hogan, whose celebrity fanbase includes fashion girls like Bella Hadid and Jessica Biel. While they originally cost almost $600, you'll be glad to know they're currently 50 percent off.

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These sneakers have somehow managed to incorporate every trend of summer 2019, it seems. Throwback platforms made a comeback not too long ago on Spring/Summer runways, thanks to the likes of Saint Laurent, Byblos, MSGM, and Michael Kors.

Then, there's the emergence of neon fever, which has officially hit Kendall Jenner's closet in a big way (she even wore a full-on slime-green look on the same day as Klum). Needless to say, these sneakers have it all, but in small enough doses that they don't attract too much attention. That's what you want in a tennis shoe, after all.

Klum's platform sneakers and others like them, ahead.

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