And the men’s shoes were an off-kilter take on an English classic.
The former WME agent left the business in 2014 to launch The Weitz Effect, a wardrobe and style-consulting company.
He’s no longer just selecting shoes for celebrity clients to wear, but rather, skillfully creating them from scratch.
The designers caught up with FN on a hike through Los Angeles’ Baldwin Hills.
The children’s shoe brand has gained a following among Hollywood’s boldface tots, such as North West and Blue Ivy Carter.
Already a star in the world of hats, this of-the-moment milliner is adding his natty touch to a new footwear collaboration.
This dynamic duo have wasted no time immersing themselves in the California cultural landscape.
Even with a role on the Tina Fey-produced comedy series “Great News,” fashion still remains a priority for the notoriously funny woman.
“It’s like old shoes from your grandmother — mixed with bits of earrings, necklaces and broken chains,” said creative director Johnny Coca.
The collection was partially inspired by Russian dolls.