For shoe lovers: Christian Louboutin’s eco-trash pumps, FINSK and Symphony collaborate on exclusive collection
Did somebody say April 21st was Shoe Lovers’ Day? It may sound totally made up, but true-blue footwear collectors in Dubai are having a holiday just the same.
The Eco-trash pumps by Christian Louboutin, unveiled in Fall 2010, have just hit the local market together with a matching Riviera Trash clutch, just in time to follow up local couturier Michael Cinco’s recent eco-couture gig at America’s Next Top Model.
“Eco-trashy” is the new classy.
In other news, homegrown luxury fashion and lifestyle boutique Symphony has just announced their collaboration with Finsk, a London-based shoe label renowned for its structuralist approach to footwear, for an exclusive collection of wooden wedges and power heels that are only available at Symphony’s Dubai Mall store (you can head off to the store right now!).
FINSK FOR SYMPHONY marks a very exciting moment for Symphony – the first time that the boutique has collaborated with a designer on an exclusive, tailor-made collection. The SS11 FINSK for Symphony line is an extension of SS11 Finsk’s collection “Adagio.”
Inspired by ballet training and enfolding movement, capturing a beautiful slow movement in shape or fold of the leather. Some tones are muted, like seen in a ballet training studio, and they combine simple avant-garde Scandinavian design with traditional local culture.
Exclusive pumps: Finsk for Symphony