Liza Fredrika Åslund, designer of Recycle shoes: "I studied fashion at the Danish Designschool in Copenhagen, where I’m also living right now. I love to go running in the Swedish forest with my dad and to solve crossword puzzles. In my designs, I like to build things, combine them together, and I also like boring things, boring colours, and boring materials."
Florence Estelle Girault, designer of Madame Guillotine shoes: "Paris is a city that exudes all the history of France. Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité. The history of my country in these three words? Not really. But these three words are beautiful words. So much blood has been spilled throughout the history of these words and so many heads were cut off. It was a cruel and difficult time for France. I wish that my project smiled, putting together some elements of the French Revolution."
Tomas Trenchard, designer of WRAP!WRAP! shoes: "For me it was very difficult to attend university and I tried all ways to escape outside at every moment. Staying in touch with nature has influenced my design. My items are reminiscent of tree trunks, leaves, clouds, streams, so my bag is more like a rock than like a traditional bag. Maybe next time I’ll make something that looks like a proper landscape."
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Paola Bimaso, designer of "Velour" pump on sale at shoescribe.com "I’ve always been fascinated by the contradiction, by the opposites: this is the inspiration of my work. I play with different materials, from the richest to the poorest to create accessories, where this mix is harmoniously combined. Through my work I try to find out the romantic side of all the contradictions that characterize our society and to combine these stunning dissonances today".
Fall/Winter_13.14 Collection at shoescribe.com. Red asymmetrical "Velour" pump by Paola Bimaso. In focus: http://www.shoescribe.com/it/donna/decollete_cod44569057no.html?tp=39331_campaign=post_medium=social_source=facebook @shoescribe.com on Pinterest.com on Pinterest