Shoemakers since 1825, Clarks’ spring summer 2015 collection presents classic style with a contemporary twist as the brand takes inspiration from both runway and its ‘unique’ archives.
Neutral, dusty leathers deliver understated elegance, while strong color- blocking suede, textures, fabrics and metallic finishes bring a breath of fresh air to unmistakable seasonal favorites.
This season’s flats are feminine in pastel shades, spanning a range of ballerina pumps, classic loafers and statement brogues. Highlights include the Ennis Weave, made of soft leather with intricate detailing on the toe – worn with the back up or down for a relaxed summer look. Meanwhile, Festival Glee provides the ultimate feminine fix, with a stacked heel, t-bar and minimal strap; available in soft patent leather and a pastel shade of lemon.
Drawing inspiration from sports luxe trends, the shoe brand breaks free from traditional silhouettes. Wedged heels are combined with cut-out designs, whilst the flatform provides a key style for the seasons. Rosalie Pose’s clean white metallic straps provide a modernist aesthetic. The block heel is a continuing trend with the Crumble Berry court, providing a soft feminine alternative to a workwear essential, as soft buttery leathers and neutral tones are combined to give a ladylike finish.
Summer sandals go back to basics with chunky straps and cork wood soles. The most eye-catching is Netrix Rose, an archive-inspired modern classic in the making – its bold metallic finish is complemented by chunky buckles and a saw tooth sole, adding true urban edge. The Zena Mae however, is the perfect poolside partner with its twist of color.