Diego Dolcini: Fall 2010 Collection


Shoe Designer Diego Dolcini’s design aesthetic is inspired by every art form around him, he says, and the “Italian way of life, be it with food, fashion, or art.”  But he has a specific customer in mind – dynamic and strong women who “…appreciate great design and look for ways to incorporate this into their everyday lives”. He says, “A modern day Carrie Bradshaw comes to mind.”

For his Fall 2010 collection, there is a shoe for every stage of her day, always elegant and with a sense of humor. There are boots, with either a stiletto heel or a wedge, in shades of grey, black and brown, and colorful pumps and booties in pinks, blues and greens, all inspired by “the energies of New York, the passion of Italy, and the streets of Paris”.

The collection has a versatility that will delight even the most specific customer, of any age. Black suede and leather high-heeled boots with a metal heel or wedge boots with wide straps have an edgy, modern feel.

A pink suede pump with a crystal embellished heel is classic, with a twist.

The designs are modern and focused, like the work of the furniture designer Le Corbusier and the eccentricity of the architect Zaha Hadid’s fluid lines and movement. “I’d like to think I have a little bit of each style in me”, he says. Crafted at his studio on the outskirts of Bologna, there are in this collection, echoes of Dolcini’s birthplace, Naples. “The sea and the hills are the perfect example of natural architecture.”

via Diego Dolcini: Fall 2010 Collection.

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