Hairy brogues, tuxedo trim heels and a new IT trainer brand – these are the new shoe designers to get on your style radar for the new season…
Hairy brogues, tuxedo trim heels and a new IT trainer brand – these are the new names in shoe-business to get on your style radar for the season ahead…
The ideal AW15 cocktail shoe comes courtesy of Olgana Paris, whose designs borrow tricks and trims from tuxedos. Launched only in January, the label’s pleat and bow tie-decorated mules are already a hit with the blogosphere, road-tested above by Jessie Bush of @Wethepeoplestyle.
Below, £445 at MatchesFashion.com.
Dora Teymur is doing future-ready footwear, now. After studying at the London College Of Fashion’s prestigious Cordwainer’s College (the same place as Jimmy Choo, Charlotte Olympia and pretty much every major shoe designer working) he founded his label in 2012, and is now making waves with his innovative twists on retro shapes.
Below, £380 at Browns Fashion
After spending eight years as a footwear designer at Yves Saint Laurent (he’s responsible for those Tribute platforms you’re obsessed with) Francesco Russo is going it alone with a sharp new collection of sleek, cut-out heels.
Below, £365 at MatchesFashion.com.
Say hello to the new IT sneaker of the season. Founded over a decade ago by art directors Flavio Girolami and Prathan Poopat, their hand-stitched ,‘ID’ stamped trainers are set to do a New Balance and come all the way back around for AW15.
Below, from £275 on CommonProjects.com
The chunky choice for the season ahead, Kult Domini is re-working classic styles with unexpected fabrics. We love the Mary-Janes with sturdy clog soles, or the pointy derbies with a shot of green pony hair, for twists on two of AW15’s key shoe trends.
Below, £375 on KultDomini.com