8 September 2015
Best Shoes Trends Fall/Winter 2015-2016
The collections shown in this article cover the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Trends. During these upcoming cold months there is a great opportunity to have a look at the best shoe trends shown on Fashion Week runways from Paris, London, Milan and New York. All diamonds and shoes are the best fiends of any girl. You’ll fall in love with all the collections because designers did their best to show off the most comfortable and beautiful shoe trends.
Dolce & Gabbanna
The designer’s sweet memory extended to the shoes with a red lipstick embedded in a Lucite chunky heel and adorned on the toe box. Rose embroidery and floral patches scattered on the uppers, heels and platforms, with cheerful sprinkle at the background now and then as if it’s master piece of a naughty child. Slingback pointy toes and pumps are dialed down on decorations, paired with endless black lace dresses.
Fendi fall winter 2015/2016 collection is inspired by the Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp, one of the most important artists of geometric abstraction of the 20th century. Fendi didn’t follow the fashion mantra of street or vintage which are repeatedly displayed on the runway. “I had no time to go to the flea market,” Karl Lagerfeld said backstage at Fendi, expressing his position of anti-retro once again. Geometry and volumes are what interests him and Sylvia Venturini Fendi as shown in their fall 2015 collection.
The shoes were presented on the red floor with Versace sleekness delivered in bright colors. Pointy toe pumps with straps crossed at the back are set on red heels and platforms with Versace new symbols plated in golden. The branding escalated on the pointy toe bootie with golden embroidery all over the upper, which also made its way to the straps of the sandals. The hashtag #GREEK is buried within the symbolism.
The girly pumps are designed with chunky heels, made of shimmering satin or patent leather in soft colors, featuring two narrow straps across the top of the feet in silver, letting the color mixes do the work. The boots and loafers are set on molded soles with deep thread, quirky, young and with loads of attitude.
Emilio Pucci is one of Milan’s hottest tickets and dressed show business’ best bodies including Gwyneth paltrow, Beyoncé and Rihanna. For Emilio Pucci fall winter 2015/2016 collection, the designer found the inspiration of the signs of the zodiac, Stevie Nicks and Jimmy Page, with the reference of seventies. The shoes are made for a rich bohemian story, with leather cords tied around the boots through the loops on the side near the sole, featuring golden tone chromed chunky heels. Luxurious snake print leather patchwork and red glittery thigh high boots set a wild tone to the designs. Unlike the clothes with zodiac turned up everywhere, the footwear are quite dialed down on decorations with only one thigh high boots embroidered in golden astrological signs matching the shorts.
The shoes on the runway are crafted with lace and stretchy soft leather, featuring a rounded square toe, tight fit and golden trimmed Lucite high heels. The lace detailing and puffed heel counter set the designs in a Victorian mood, low key but relevant to the rose theme.