From Manolo Blahnik To Shrimps We Chart Our Top 14 Shoes From London Fashion Week

Our Top 14 Shoes From London Fashion Week


by Hannah Almassi |
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From Manolo Blahnik To Shrimps We Chart Our Top 14 Shoes From London Fashion Week

Gallery >>> Our Top 10 Shoes From LFW1 of 15

Gallery >>> Our Top 10 Shoes From LFW

1. J.W. Andersonu2019s rock formation heels2 of 15

1. J.W. Anderson’s rock formation heels

Something to anchor his seafaring ladies to, these seriously hefty numbers kept the most mini of skirts grounded. (Jason Lloyd Evans)

2. Marios Schwabu2019s pointy toes3 of 15

2. Marios Schwab’s pointy toes

Backless, lace-up, metal rings, chunky heel… is there anything these Manolo-designed lovelies don’t have on their side? (@hannahalmassi instagram)

3. Markus Lupfer jellies4 of 15

3. Markus Lupfer jellies

Just when jelly shoes started to wane, along come crystal covered pairs from Mr Lupfer and, boom, back in the room (@grazia_live instagram)

4. Mulberryu2019s floral stilettos5 of 15

4. Mulberry’s floral stilettos

Nodding to a bubbling trend for Chinoiserie next spring, this is a chic way to add a little eastern style to a western look. (@grazia_live instagram)

5. Preenu2019s rubber soles6 of 15

5. Preen’s rubber soles

These are like hiker’s sandals, but on acid. The super primary brights offset by khaki and a little Velcro action will make us happy to trek around town.

6. Shrimps’ faux fur mules7 of 15

6. Shrimps’ faux fur mules

If you didn’t think the fur on shoes thing would take off, just take a look at the toasty tootsies of the front row – it’s everywhere. Fuzzy feet continued at Shrimps, with these high-octane yellow mules (in collab with Sophia Webster) taking the top spot. (@shrimps_ instagram)

7. Sophia Websteru2019s fruity slides8 of 15

7. Sophia Webster’s fruity slides

Taking the serious slip-on that step further into silly-land – Sophia’s monkey-friendly banana embroidered are still making us smile. (@lilbitrusso instagram)

8. Whistles’ flatforms9 of 15

8. Whistles’ flatforms

Don’t they look comfy? With extra foot coverage and a striped sole, these are no ordinary summer sandals. (Jason Lloyd Evans)

9. Orla Kielyu2019s Clarks collaboration10 of 15

9. Orla Kiely’s Clarks collaboration

Funky to the maximum, Orla Kiely continues her collaboration with our Great British high street stalwart, Clarks. The retro platforms (and that floral bag) will no doubt be popular with next season’s majorly 1970s outlook. (@hannahalmass instagram)

10. Uniqueu2019s nautical stappies11 of 15

10. Unique’s nautical stappies

Blue, red, white and strappy all over… it’s the Unique take on a seaside sandal. We think they’d look just as good at work with a sharp pair of navy capris. (@grazia_live instagram)

11. Michael Van Der Ham's platforms12 of 15

11. Michael Van Der Ham's platforms

With a touch of the 1940s about them, these peachy platforms help pretty dresses step back in time. (@hannahalmassi instagram)

12. Mother of Pearl's pink kittens13 of 15

12. Mother of Pearl's pink kittens

Usually the MoP girl wears sneaks, but with satin coats and ultra-feminine dresses, it's no wonder she's elevated to a teeny, crystal covered kitten slingback. We'd like to wear them with ripped jeans, right now. (@hannahalmassi instagram)

13. Jonathan's Saunder's patent rivets14 of 15

13. Jonathan's Saunder's patent rivets

With thick straps and a comfy mid heels, these JS Christian Louboutin number have comfy covered - however, the patent blue cornflower colour and porthole rivets give them extra fash pizzaz. (Rex)

14. Roksanda's neon nights15 of 15

14. Roksanda's neon nights

Roksanda didn't do her graphic trend by halves - why not have the matching neon heels for the dress?

Seriously want-able shoes alert! Some of next season’s clothing are yet a far-reaching dream – bodycon dresses, super pale tube skirts and micro sportsgear has left us block-booking bar-core classes – but footwear? Well, a girl can always fantasise over a new pair of shoes with great ease.

So whilst the fanciest steppers of Spring/Summer 2015 aren’t going to be available for yonks, we are wisely initiating the list-making stage. From the faux-fur trimmed cutesies at Shrimps through to a very sexy new take on the pointy black court via Manolo Blahnik for Marios Schwab scroll through the gallery above to see our favourites so far…

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