Houston, we have a problem.
We really can’t be making giant leaps in these heels.
Pin the blame on Martha Davis: Her debut shoe collection is out of this world.
The scrappy Hayes Valley gal’s extensive career in industrial design shines through in her architecturally inspired line of minimalist footwear. Made in the same Italian factory used by Chanel and Chloé, the sculptural shapes get softened by raw-edged satin-finish leather.
Positive and negative space play peek-a-boo in each silhouette. Walk tall in the black and charcoal two-tone wedge; get your kicks in the T-strap studded ankle sandal. You’ll feel over the moon in black open-toe ankle booties with cutout heels.
All, of course, while looking totally down to earth.
Wanna cut footloose? Get fancy-free (literally) with the Martha Davis Swindle and feel pumped up with other tidbits in the L.A. Fashion Week Dossier.
Photo: Courtesy of Martha Davis Shoes