The mood: Interior designer Nicole Fuller created a Valentine’s Day boudoir done right. As a model lounged in a silk kimono on a bed of canopied flowers designed by Putnam & Putnam, surrounded by shoes, romance and intimacy were certainly on the brain. Adding to the picturesque setting: Gosselin commissioned fashion illustrator Regina Yazdi to watercolor paint the collection for snapchatting onlookers.
The shoes: A loved-up palette of rose pink and lipstick red intermingled with dove gray and slate blue. New styles included the Narcissus fine-strapped sandal, Galanthus thigh high stretch suede boots and also some beautiful two-tone styles.
The review: Gosselin understands the art of seduction through shoes. But rather than striptease styles, her approach airs on the side of elegant. Asymmetrical touches, be it zippers or ladder cut-outs, also added a fluidity to the collection, which was recently picked up by Barney’s New York. After a few years of hard work to find her footing, this was Gosselin’s most fully-realized offering.
To explore the collection, click through the slideshow below.