To celebrate Britain’s musical legacy and Dr. Martens’ connection to music and subcultures, Dr. Martens present a collaboration with two of the world’s most influential groups: Joy Division and the band that rose out of their ashes, New Order.

Two iconic album covers, Unknown Pleasures and Power, Corruption and Lies – by designer Peter Saville, feature across two limited edition versions of the classic 1460 8-eye boot; creating wearable art that transcends music.

Dr. Martens x Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures
Eighty lines traverse the pitch-black cover of Joy Division’s 1979 album inspired by a sound landscape. The image was quickly adopted as a pop-cultural icon by the post-punk generation and Docs has embossed the design onto black leather, finished with a contrast white heel-loop and AirWair sole.

Dr. Martens x New Order – Power, Corruption & Lies
New Order’s 1983 Power, Corruption & Lies cover art features an oil painting of flowers by Fantin-Latour. Docs has printed the flowers onto Cristal Suede leather to give the illusion of an antique canvas. The boot is completed with tonal pink heel-loop and bouncing sole.

Both collaborations will be available on www.drmartens.com.au and in the Dr. Martens retail store (Westfield Sydney) from late July.

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