UK designer George Cox has collaborated with Japanese footwear brand Cause to create a special collection of shoes. The line-up includes Work Rubber Soled Boots, the Tassel Loafer Emboss and the 2D-Ring shoes. The shoe maintain the classic George Cox silhouette, but Cause added their own designs and styles to them. Available now at Flauge.
Oki-ni presents a new and exclusive boot by George Cox. The Creeper boot features premium suede on the upper, a thick plantation crepe sole, d-ring lace clips and a woven toe-box. A red accenting stripe is seen down the heel of the boot for a nice pop of color. Available now through oki-ni.
Classic Brit and contemporary Japanese styles collide in these awesome George Cox for NEXUSVII® Medallion Straight Chip Shoes for spring 2010. This collaboration utilizes luxurious materials to create a sleek, trendy shoe which sports a perforated patent leather upper with fur and smooth premium leather panels. The style features two different sole options – an air-cushioned sole or a more traditional crepe sole, both with yellow stitching offering a subtle contrast. Made in England, the George Cox for NEXUSVII® Medallion Straight Chip footwear line is now available at select retailers in classic black, black and white, and striking orange and black colorways.
Victim meets UK-based George Cox with the release of the Suede Chukka Boot Collection. Available in three colorways (red, tan, and black) the collection is available at Anout Commune with a retail price set at approx. $290 USD.
Japanese brand NEXUSVII® comes together with British name George Cox for the NEXUSVII® x George Cox Dress Shoes. Mingling the elegance and high end quality so synonymous with the George Cox name and the experienced street etiquette associated wtih NEXUSVII® results in Continue reading