Jimmy Choo and Timberland are collaborating — and Jennifer Lopez has already sported one of the boots in the collection.
The brands today confirmed they are joining forces to infuse Jimmy Choo’s glamorous aesthetic into Timberland’s iconic boot.
The collection launches today at Kith’s New York and Los Angeles stores and on Kith.com. The styles range in price from $595 to $1,295.
Styles include the six-inch premium wheat boot in two versions — one with a Swarovski Crystal Collar and the other with gold glitter. A black boot with glitter is also in the mix as well as a limited-edition boot with all-over Swarovski embellishment. (The latter is exclusive to Jimmychoo.com and will debut next week.)
“To collaborate with a brand like Timberland allows Jimmy Choo to explore a new avenue and take part in a different conversation. I love to mix it up by getting together with different creative minds combining our DNA to create a beautiful and surprising product with unexpected links to the roots of both our brands,” said Sandra Choi, creative director at Jimmy Choo. “Timberland’s outdoor work heritage combined with our high fashion sensibility creates something really exciting and unique in the market.”
Spotted out in New York in August, Jennifer Lopez wore a pair of the boots before they were identified. She wore the Jimmy Choo x Timberland six-inch wheat boots with the Swarovski collar. Lopez paired the look with a $135 chain-link spaghetti-strap top from The Range and matching white sweatpants. (She accented the outfit with oversized yellow shades and a trendy tie-dye face mask.)
She has been wearing the same pair as well since as early as February when she was spotted in the pair for Super Bowl Sunday with Fat Joe.
As part of the union, the brands are also adding a sustainable component. Timberland will plant a tree for every pair of Jimmy Choo x Timberland boots created. Last year, Timberland made a pledge to plant 50 million trees over the next five years.
Jimmy Choo and Timberland will launch the collab on their websites next week.