The men’s offering included suede and leather driving mocs in vibrant spring hues, from a deep purple to tangerine orange. The same style was also done in cow and camo prints, in case you’re looking for extra punch.
Sneakers and sandals also made up the men’s collection, which are newer styles from the Italian brand (which is owned by Prada). Laceless sneakers were given a contrasting zigzag sole, while crisscross sandals had a subtle camo print on the straps.
Women’s driving mocs, meanwhile, were offered in the same sprightly hues, as well as in a color-blocked or embossed snakeskin treatment.
Fur was used on sandals—the controversial trend continues!—both on the soles and straps. Less-polarizing sandals included thinly-strapped slingbacks, which had tiny geometric appliqués.
For more spring Car Shoe photos, click through the gallery.
To see more spring ’16 collections, read on below: