What caught our attention most this fashion month? The SHOES. Here's a round up of what to expect next season...
If you are anything like us and you still can't stop thinking about some of the shoes that just walked the runway during fashion month, then you're in good hands. It's safe to say that most designers pushed the boundaries for SS17 and ensured they complemented the collection perfectly.
Firstly, let's talk styles. All of our favourites from this season have under taken a re-vamp - and it's a good one. There really is something to suit everyone. Key styles we saw were platforms (lots of), the new midi heel, shoe-socks, sliders, thigh-high statement boots and even some clogs. Yes, really.
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Our favourite has to be the new micro heel which we saw vastly across all cities - New York, London, Milan and Paris. Dries Van Noten and Stella McCartney both showcased a more chunky mircro heel on a slight platform, whereas we saw tiny spindly versions at Prada and Loewe. Why we love them? If cut the right way, they are super flattering to the foot, giving enough height to sass up a pair of jeans for the evening without the agony of a killer skinny heel.
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Closely following in our rank of shoe-crushes goes to the rising slider (if you love sliders as much as us, check out our edit of the best slide sandals). We are thrilled they are still strong on the fashion scene and only getting better in design. We drooled over the fancy appliqué on rubber soles at Dolce & Gabbana and Stella Jean while Joseph and Alexander Wang kept it clean and masculine in neutral colours and chunky leather strapping.
If you are more into making a statement then be prepared for some serious height when it comes to next season's platforms. It’s the (re-)return of the 70s as we saw shagadelic shoes and boots from Marc Jacobs and Gucci in all the brights.
If you are yet to see what’s to come for SS17 then click through the gallery below and see for yourself.