As one of England's leading footwear brands, Dr. Martens has always had its fingers on the pulse of youth culture. Meanwhile, bands like Joy Division and New Order have never really gone out of style, continuing to win over new generations of young music fans. That brings us to Dr. Martens' latest collaboration, which incorporates two iconic album covers (Joy Division's\u00a0Unknown Pleasures and New Order's\u00a0Power, Corruption & Lies)\u00a0directly into the 1460 8-eye boot. Available in limited supply, each respective pair\u00a0is as unmistakable in aesthetic as it is steadfast in construction. Like the very albums from which they draw inspiration, these boots are instant legends in the making.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTo remind the few music lovers out there who may have forgotten, Joy Division emerged in the midst of the post-punk movement, and infused the genre with a dark, almost gothic sensibility. Nowhere was that sensibility on better display than with their seminal 1979 album, Unknown Pleasures.\u00a0Sadly, Joy Division's steady rise was cut short after frontman Ian Curtis committed suicide, which would normally mean the end of the road for most bands. However, from the ashes of Joy Divison, New Order was born, as was a new sound, which was more synth-heavy and upbeat in spirit. The band's classic 1983 album,\u00a0Power Corruption & Lies, remains one of synth pop's finest achievements.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYet as great the music was on these two unforgettable albums, the adjoining artwork has likewise endured as classic iconography unto itself. The\u00a0Unknown\u00a0Pleasures\u00a0artwork, in particular, has been a mainstay in fashion for decades. Along similar lines, the cover art on\u00a0Power Corruption & Lies\u00a0is indisputably eye-catching, no matter where it might be found. In other words, both album covers make for extraordinary fashion statements time and again. Proving as much is Dr. Martens' latest endeavour.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nFor the\u00a0Unknown Pleasures\u00a0boot, Docs has embossed the iconic cover design onto black leather, and finished that with a contrast white heel-loop and AirWair sole. For the\u00a0Power, Corruption & Lies\u00a0variant, the oil painting of flowers has been printed onto Cristal Suede leather, thereby resembling a mobile canvas of sorts. That's joined by a tonal pink heel-loop and bouncing sole.\r\n\r\nBoth boots will be available in Australia starting late July, through both Dr. Martens' website and its brick and mortar location in the Westfield Sydney. Treat these limited edition stunners like hot concert tickets, and get them as soon as they drop.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.