Why hold your flats hostage for another six-weeks? We found the chicest options to wear now and into spring.
The latest men’s trend puts emphasis on lively pops of color and the used of mixed media.
FN caught up with the superstar stylist-turned-designer to find out what trends she’s loving — and loathing — this season, and what you need to buy now. Take a look.
Memorable men’s shoes are ready for their closeup. Classic men’s codes have a new bent for spring ’15, with an emphasis on the expressive.
Fashion-comfort brand Tsubo, of Goleta, Calif., is taking a less-is-more approach to design this for spring ’15. Silhouettes are defined by clean, modern lines, while architectural-inspired wedge bottoms rise to any occasion. Retailing from $100 to $225, the collection is available at Nordstrom, Dillard’s and City Shoes in New York.
Comfort brands are seeding the market this spring with some not-so-garden-variety looks. These colorful botanicals offer a fresh update on seasonal prints.
What goes down, must go up. Indeed, spring ’15 marks the hotly disputed return of elevated soles after the style was pushed to the sidelines season after season. On the runways — namely Tom Ford and Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent — and at the footwear presentations in London, Milan and Paris, chunky platforms were gunning for a comeback
Spring ’15 is officially the season of flashy footwear. Whether opting for unlikely takes on the classics or shoes straight from Bizzare-o-land, designers thought up footwear inspirations each wackier than the next. Jeremy Scott beheaded cuddly teddy bears and attached their heads to slide sandals. At Rochas, Marco Zanini combined glitzy fringe slingbacks with normcore-style white