“This season’s collaborations have been especially enjoyable for me. Each of the designers I worked with brought a unique vision and aesthetic to the work, which resulted in shoes that I’m incredibly proud of and excited to show the world,” Andrew said.
Here, Footwear News takes a look at all the standout shoes from Andrew’s very busy season in both New York and London.
Paul Andrew for Jeffrey Dodd
The designer’s Xiamen block-heel silhouette walked the runway, dressed up with red, black, taupe and sequin touches. This marks the pair’s second collaboration.
Paul Andrew for Victor Alfaro
This is the first time these teams have collaborated. The result? Black peep-toe boots with thick soles.
Paul Andrew for Tanya Taylor
Cherry-blossom details adorned three silhouettes from Andrew’s collection. The candy-colored looks marked Andrew’s seventh collaboration with Taylor.
Paul Andrew for Rosie Assoulin
Think wedges and flatforms with colorful straps and metallic touches. Andrew and Assoulin were connected by Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine for their first collaboration.
London Fashion Week:
Paul Andrew for Duro Olowu
The bold and colorful looks included printed flats and unique peep-toe platforms with a multi-hued mosaic touches. This marks the duo’s first time collaborating.
Paul Andrew for Emilia Wicksted
The designer’s Rhea flat received a playful update in tangerine and rose matte hues, plus some floral prints, too. This is the second time Andrew and Wicksted have collaborated.
Paul Andrew for David Koma
The single-sole stiletto was the focus on this runway — a custom silhouette in monochromatic hues. This is their first collaboration.