The Trigenic Dune boot teams a three part decoupled sole with supple, waxy leathers for a new take on sports minimalism. The flexible construction makes them commuter-friendly and their architectural edge makes them a striking piece of footwear design – don’t just take our word for it (www.highsnobiety.com).
Whether it’s Monday morning, dress down Friday or a lazy Sunday with mates, the Desert Aerial is your new go to shoe for instant outfit impact. Based on the iconic Desert Boot but reinterpreted in perforated suede with a super lightweight sneaker sole, this versatile design can be worn with slacks in your downtime and then restyled with smart separates for work.
Hinton Fly is a shoe inspired by our archives – the design has echoes of our classic Desert Boot through its distinctive stitch down construction, and because it’s made using vegetable tan leather it’s ideal to be worn barefoot. Choose the same or similar colours to build afresh neutral summer look.
This season the point is back, stronger than ever. It’s a shape that makes your legs appear longer and leaner, and who doesn’t want that? The elongating silhouette will add real definition to skinny jeans or cigarette pants and when the weather starts to warm up, team them with a flattering midi wrap skirt. New points + wardrobe staples = instant outfit upgrade.
These versatile boots will work just as well at the office, with black jeans and a white shirt as they will for summer festivals, with denim shorts and a vest. While it’s still a little chilly for those shorts, team them with skinny grey jeans, an on-trend Aztec top and sunnies.
‘A modern bohemian rhapsody’ was the inspiration for German designer Marcel Ostertag’s show at Berlin Fashion week. A master class in clash, with Ostertag teaming playful prints with geometric shapes, sheer fabrics with hard lines, and feminine dresses with chunky androgynous accessories.
On display with Ostertag’s new season designs was our very own Oriana Bess sandal. Paired with a chiffon sheath dress one minute and a printed neon trench the next – these sandals are all about new season versatility. Team loud and proud prints with our Oriana Bess heeled sandal for a could-be-catwalk look.
We’ve come a long way since the days of pinstripes and bowler hats. Workwear needs to have enough of a sartorial slant to be taken seriously – while at the same time being flexible enough to take us from work to weekend when 5 o’clock on a Friday rolls around.
SS15 runways were awash with 70s styling, from hippy prints to disco platforms and formidable flares – so delve deep into this decade to inspire your spring wardrobe. Think faux fur, denim dresses, suede jackets and oversized fedoras.
For shoes the sky’s the limit. Platforms are an absolute must but don’t just stop there – try to work in some outsize tassels, buckles or fringing. When you need something a little more slimline go for a pair of pointed 70s style Chelsea boots or flats in croc effect leathers.