Mexico-based Unmarked has really caught our eye with this expansive look at their offering for Fall/Winter 2013. From brogue-styled shoes to heavy-duty boots, the collection shows a mastery in using a breadth of materials across countless styles. Check out all the pieces in the gallery below.
Marc Jacobs presents an extensive footwear offering for Fall/Winter 2013, running the gamut from sneakers, to dress shoes, to boots. Overall the offering maintains relatively streamlined silhouettes and muted textures across the board. A notable shoe is the paisley print dress shoe, which is classic Jacobs.
Today visvim has released its new Armiger-Folk boots from its Fall/Winter 2012 Collection. Available in overall three colorways, the boots feature a premium vegetable-tanned Horween cowhide upper. Much easier to wear than many other visvim boots, due to its classic appeal, the new Armiger-Folk boots are exclusive to visvim’s own F.I.L. retail stores.
SILENT, the more casual arm of Parisian label Damir Doma has released this black ‘Samaris’ boot for Fall/Winter 2012. In keeping with this philosophy, the label’s designs are devoid of needless embellishment, focusing instead on simple silhouettes and usage of materials. The Samaris Boot is an avant-garde ankle boot silhouette crafted from smooth leather and sheepskin lining, all atop a black wedge sole.
The limited-edition Garbstore x Grenson collection for Fall/Winter 2012 features a monkstrap shoe reworked in Navy and Mushroom calf leather suede and English crepe soles. The High Leg Boot, meanwhile, provides a little more protection from seasonal elements with an 8-eyelet silhouette , its uppers constructed from luxury calf leather suede and a calf heel panel. Elsewhere, a hand-cut welted sole provides durability and a dose of traditional style. As always, both footwear options are benchmade by hand in Northampton, England.
A huge selection of footwear for Fall Winter 2012 via Ateliers Heschung, the French company’s origins best understood through this beautiful collection of vintage adverts. Their workshop has been churning out well-built boots and shoes since 1934, a history of creating ski and walking footwear, elements of both are still present in their sleeker present day designs. Expect to find Vibram soles, calfskin leather, tough arpin wool and hand-stitching. No surprise to hear they’ve collaborated with the likes of Comme des Garcons and Yuketen. Find them here.
Filling Pieces is an Amsterdam based brand producing footwear that combines both “Haute couture” and “street wear” aesthetics. For the Fall 2012 season, this Pre-collection offers footwear using butter-soft suede with high-quality leather as well as textiles with Aztec patterning. New models come in the form of low-cut oxford brogue and wingtip-inspired trainers. This Pre-Fall 2012 Collection arrives early on April 28th and will be available through Kith NYC, I.T. Hong Kong and online.
The Fall/Winter 2012 collection from Church showcases some fine experimentation with their footwear. Most of the designs are found on the sole, some of which offer a multi-colored camouflage design in dark tones – a good decision for those who like detail without the flash. Shine is seen throughout the dress shoes with uppers consisting of premium leather and suede. Plenty to choose from to keep newcomers and loyalists smiling.
Gourmet releases some pretty interesting footwear for the Fall/winter 2012 season. Mixed color blocking, camouflage and polka dots are hot trends that shows its continuation through the latter season. A combination of high and low top footwear are offered with quality materials used for the construction.