Boots came in luxurious velvets and printed jacquards.
Rubberized and lacquered, they came emblazoned with jaunty color-block stripes.
Pointed slippers were embellished with ladylike bow details.
The short film “An Accessory to Murder” paid tribute to the silver screen era at London Fashion Week.
“It’s like old shoes from your grandmother — mixed with bits of earrings, necklaces and broken chains,” said creative director Johnny Coca.
The boots ain’t half bad either.
“This is the first time we’ve been able to do boots that speak our design language in a really accurate way,” said Malone.
Mule-style sandals with a ’40s vibe hit the London Fashion Week runway.
The collection was partially inspired by Russian dolls.
“This season I wanted to elevate my signatures,” the designer explained backstage.