Charlotte Olympia latest collection is themed as “Mid-Century Art” by masters such as Wassily Kandinsky and Salvadore Dalí. You can learn a terrific art history lesson while shopping for your shoes.
Tabitha Simmons decorated the shoes with fun patterned heat-transfer colorful beads, a chic update for pre-fall.
Rupert Sanderson custom-created these Lucite heels with hand-painted gold flocking in both a wedge and an updated block heel for pre-fall.
Alexandre Birman had a Seventies mood and its rich colors in mind when he paired his signature python with color-blocked suedes and chunky heels and a fringe detail.
As a longtime advocate of the fashionable sneaker, Ruthie Davis showed fashion wedge booties for pre-fall collection.
Nicholas Kirkwood is going for dots on pre-fall collection, along with the signature pearls between the sole and the heel.
Paul Andrew developed this toe wall around heeled sandals that gives a platform effect while remaining single-soled.
Dannijo Shoes featured their signature jewels on bridal satin shoe collections of pre-fall.
Sergio Rossi creative director Angelo Ruggeri combined giraffe printed horse hair and mesh for a unique graphic motif on shoes and bags.
Pierre Hardy applied this crystal photograph, to shoes, bags and scarves. The photograph was taken by a scientist under a microscope and then enlarged to show color and detail, .
Sophia Webster found inspiration for these graphic shoes in the early days of No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani and the band’s love of ska and reggae culture.
On a recent trip to Japan, Daniele Michetti took in a Samurai exhibit, which inspired these flats and lace-up boots reflecting details of a warrior’s armor.
Cesare Casadei looked back to the work his parents did for their namesake brand in the Sixties and Seventies and gave it a nod to today with these chunky, gem-encrusted-heel pumps.