Shoe parade – Summer 2015

What to wear right now…

Oscar de la Renta S/S 2015
Oscar de la Renta S/S 2015

The S/S 2015 fashion shows definitely made us rethink whether our shoe rack is adequately filled with appropriate pairs of shoes: from the 70s trend, mish-mash fabrics, to gladiator sandals, chunky heels and flatforms. So which stores should we hit and, more importantly, what pairs should we choose?

Rodarte S/S 2015
Rodarte S/S 2015
Erdem S/S 2015
Erdem S/S 2015
Fendi S/S 2015
Fendi S/S 2015
Proenza Schouler S/S 2015
Proenza Schouler S/S 2015
Hugo Boss S/S 2015
Hugo Boss S/S 2015

Designers embraced us with a large selection of flats this year, some rather simple and normcore, other more fringed and embellished. When it comes to heels, almost everything was highly blocked, either colour-blocked or heel-blocked, such as these beautiful Hugo Boss pair, which carefully combines two trends.

 

 

Dune Black
Dune Black
Valentino lace espadrilles
Valentino lace espadrilles

The beachlife hit the streets as this summer’s most covetable footwear is undoubtedly the unforgettable espadrilles. Whether canvas, leather or lace, you surely noticed them because they are literately everywhere (I have at least three pairs – guilty as charged).

DKNY S/S 2015
DKNY S/S 2015

Flatforms were seen on several catwalks (DKNY and Fendi in particular), along with inevitable gladiator sandals (they keep coming back, aren’t they?), which was surely this season’s favourite with designers.

Michael Kors S/S 2015
Michael Kors S/S 2015

Laced-up flats were very popular with Michael Kors and Erdem, while colourblock hit Burberry.

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Miu Miu S/S 2015

 

 

Chanel S/S 2015
Chanel S/S 2015

If you’re really eager to impress and leave a stamp go crazy with a pair of boots, like these beautiful Chanel pair, or Miu Miu fatale red patent shoes.

Can we just have them all and stop with the calculation game? 

Backstage Burberry Prorsum S/S 2015
Backstage Burberry Prorsum S/S 2015
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