As studiously retro as innovative and magnificent: the FReady-to-wear inspiration reminds of the flight attendants' look in the '60s. A younger and fresher reinterpretation through patent moccasins and sandals on medium-height heel with golden details (chains, buttons, metalstriped heel), sandals with wide straps and thick stitchings, succesful the first in the sparkling bicolour patent, the others in the colour-block leather combination respectively.
In line with marc's "girly" tradition is the vinyl group- from the ultra flat ballerina to the high plexi heel- with strass or candy-coloured straps.
Romantic nappa and gros-grain theme with rose-shaped detail.
The "Disco" spirit is literally brilliant thanks to the glitter patent which thus translate a simple peep-toe shoe or ballerina into something really irresistible.
The "mouse" icon ballerina dresses for the evening in silver, strass and mischievous small bow at the ear.
For the beach here are clogs,wedges and thick heels + platform in cork matched with sparkling coloured patent and fabric and "piercing" metal detail.
Rich is the selection of materials- patent (amazing in the glitter version), nappa, calf, goat and kidskin; vinil, cork; plasticized signature-fabric, floral and geometrical patterned fabric - and even more so the chromatic palette: yellow, red, orange, blue, green, violet, brown in various nuances.
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