Olivia Palermo has created a shoe collection for Aquazzura, but hurry - it's already selling out FAST
Olivia Palermo has created an exclusive shoe range for Aquazzura, which is now available to buy online at net-a-porter.com.
Every since the 28-year-old style maven announced the collection was coming, way back in July, we've been lusting over the below sketches of the collection - and now we can buy the real thing as the six-style capsule collection has been released on net-a-porter.com.
Olivia said, ‘The Aquazzura aesthetic very much fits my own, so it made sense to collaborate with my good friend Edgardo [Osorio],’
‘Olivia and I have a very similar vision of shoes. She is a real style icon and has amazing knowledge about shoes and accessories. We wanted to create a capsule collection of the styles every woman needs in her closet, interpreted with the Aquazzura aesthetic and seen through the eyes of Olivia,’ Orosio added.
So, to her closet they went. And after rummaging through the Aquazzura archive and Olivia’s seemingly endless wardrobe, they ended with a collection of six staple styles: over the knee suede boots, statement jewel sandals, metallic leather, laced-up gladiator sandals, suede and snake pumps and suede booties.
The collection was conceived from the idea that every woman should have a ‘shoe survival pack’ – a pair for every occasion. Palermo and Aquazzura's creative director and co-founder, Edgardo Osorio, made sure the capsule collection (six pairs) would include every kind of shoe one would need.
Head over to net-a-porter.com now to get your hands on a pair of Olivia's designs, but hurry - they're selling out FAST.
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