After the 70’s fever, the 90’s is the new focus of the fashion radar!
In addition to the ultra cool trend of embroidered patches (especially in jeans), the next hit shoe trend of the moment is the mule, which has won the hearts of the trendsetters this season.
For this season, Camila, for example, hit the in 2 shoes that she chose when creating her looks during New York fashion week: the iconic model by Chanel (revival of the bicolor sandals created by Coco Chanel) and the shoes with front tie details by designer Gianvito Rossi. fashionista ensembles, super feminine and very authentic :)
The first appearances on the runways took place in 2014, winning differentiated proposals under the eyes of designers like Alexander Wang (with their signature ultra cool & young styles), Joseph Altuzarra (and his “Altuzarra woman” – feminine, sexy and super fashion at the same time) and Phoebe Philo (with it’s stylish work, minimalist and comfortable for the French brand Céline).
If, two years ago, the style was seen with a bit of shock by the general public, this year it has gained focus on the runways and on ensembles of fashion lovers!
A proof of this was the geek/genderless collection of Alessandro Michele for the Italian brand Gucci, with pieces and accessories that have generated immediate desire by the public.
Unlike the styles that created excitement in the 90’s, the mules now gained finishes in different materials (such as embroidery in tressê) and versions such as the block heel, which also gained pearl appliqués.
Another novelty: they now can come in smaller heels in metallic finishes, as created by the Brazilian designer Cris Capoani, resembling the slipper style.
This was my choice for two of my looks during New York Fashion Week. The shoe is very well one of the main essences that fashion carries nowadays: to unite comfort and style.
People’s lifestyles are changing and following this, the fashion market is also changing, betting on styles and trends that are going for everything that involves the well-being of people.
It is definitely a trend to keep an eye on! :)