Graphic Prints In Shoes Make A Statement For Resort 2017

For resort ’17, prints are ready for their close-up. Footwear designers experimented with graphic prints in a variety of treatments, using the freshest silhouettes as a blank canvas for finely detailed patterns.

The inspirations were wide-ranging. Nicolò Beretta of Giannico, for instance, took cues from the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, England, creating a print inspired by its tapestry. Meanwhile, Casadei looked to rainbows for its Blade heel in multicolored python.

Casadei Rainbow Python Pumps Casadei’s Blade python pump, with a gold-mirrored heel, was hand-painted in multicolored layers. Joshua Scott.

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Paul Andrew’s statement Kimura pump was achieved via layered suedes, stacked together via thin pieces of adhesive. Laurence Dacade’s denim boot with floral motif was done with embroidery.

For tips on how to wear spring’s printed shoes (meaning styles available to buy now), click here. The key to pulling it off is, of course, keeping the rest of the outfit relatively simple — but don’t be afraid to clash prints, either. Prints are supposed to be fun.

For more prints, click through the gallery.

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