‘Normality’ is not always the best word to characterize the work of the most prophetic accessory designers. Pierre Hardy also managed to distance himself from predictable and traditional design techniques. His footwear models contribute to the development of the fashion industry and illustrate how important it is to play with different motifs and elements from architecture, modern art and other important domains.
Sticking to geometrical forms and unconventional methods of combining versatile shades and shapes, Mr. Hardy demonstrated that he definitely earned a prominent place in the Hall of Fame of iconic shoemakers. Needless to say, the cut-out sandals and ankle booties included in the Pierre Hardy fall 2012 shoes collection should become star pieces of every fashionista’s wardrobe.
Preserving the cubic effect along with the two-tone chromatic composition, the laureate designer injected an haute couture vibe into the latest shoe repertoire. Sharp design patterns are softened with dreamy femininity radiated by chic neutrals and bright hues. The amazing strappy sandals and pointy-toe shoes come alive when incorporated into a high-street ensemble or party-perfect outfit.
Whatever the weather, these fashion forward accessories will do magic with your ensembles. The universally-flattering quality of these shoes makes them extremely wearable for all age groups. Whether you’re an aspiring ‘it’ girl or a business woman, Pierre Hardy definitely answered your style prayers with this versatile collection. Scan the most impressive high-heels adorned with metallic details, chic cubic buckles and ultra-sophisitcated skinny straps.
For the upcoming cold season Pierre Hardy decided to preserve the amazing blue shades and red along with the top trend color of the moment, tangerine. Furthermore, we could spot a generous set of neutral-colored shoe designs appropriate for different events. Choose pumps and sandals according to your walking skills and silhouette. Take a closer look also at the fabulous array of wedges which offer a comfortable style experience during the cold season.
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