Set to launch on June 18, the collection includes both heeled and flat sandals, loafers, slides, slippers and more, marking the brand's first footwear endeavor since a collaboration with Tamara Mellon.
The activation will pop-up in several U.S. cities from September through December, including Boston, New York City, Tysons, Nashville, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Scottsdale, Newport Beach, Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
The news flow around Jimmy Choo’s sale may have been pretty slow since it was first put on the block a few months ago but at least we now know some of the interested bidders. Step forward Michael Kors.
Though the Women's March has come and gone, fashion is not losing its support of Planned Parenthood. A collective of shoe designers, headed by Chloe Gosselin, has banded together to support the initiative.